Understanding the role of the law in the Post Office scandal part 2: the role of a prosecutor

This is the second in a three-part series examining how the law allowed the Post office scandal to happen and the role now being played by the law and those who work within it in redressing what has been described as the largest miscarriage of justice in legal history. This part considers the powers of the Post Office as a prosecutor, its duties and obligations and why the Court of Appeal judged the convictions obtained by the Post Office to be unsafe.

Read part one here.