A new body is being set up to create a faster, more efficient criminal justice system which takes advantage of new technology, and brings an end to the "blame culture" between the courts, the police and the CPS.
- Criminal Justice Minister, Damian Green says a new board will be made up of the judiciary, the police and prosecutors who will get together to take responsibility
- Damian Green wants to speed things up, make the criminal justice system more efficient and free up police time using new technology
- Traffic offences make up a large percentage of court hearings and trials are already underway which see individual courts dealing with only traffic offences on one particular day, and process them much faster
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