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Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General


(he +ttorney %eneral has a unique role to play as a $inister. ,ne part of the +ttorney %eneral/s role is that of a *a#inet $inister. In this capacity the $inister is responsi#le for representing the interests and perspecti)es of the $inistry at *a#inet& while simultaneously representing the interests and perspecti)es of *a#inet and consequently the %o)ernment to the $inistry and the $inistry/s communities of interest. (he +ttorney %eneral is the chief law officer of the 8xecuti)e *ouncil. (he responsi#ilities stemming from this role are unlike those of any other *a#inet mem#er. (he role has #een referred to as =judicial7like= and as the =guardian of the pu#lic interest=. $uch has #een written on the su#ject of ministerial responsi#ilities and the unique role of the +ttorney %eneral. (here are )arious components of the +ttorney %eneral/s role. (he +ttorney %eneral has unique responsi#ilities to the *rown& the courts& the 9egislature and the executi)e #ranch of go)ernment. 'hile there are different emphases and nuances attached to these there is a general theme throughout all the )arious aspects of the +ttorney %eneral/s responsi#ilities that the office has a constitutional and traditional responsi#ility #eyond that of a political minister. (he statutory responsi#ilities of the office are found in section L of the Ministry of the Attorney General Act. Section L states2 (he +ttorney %eneral& NaO is the 9aw ,fficer of the 8xecuti)e *ouncilP N#O shall see that the administration of pu#lic affairs is in accordance with the lawP NcO shall superintend all matters connected with the administration of justice in ,ntarioP NdO shall perform the duties and ha)e the powers that #elong to the +ttorney %eneral and Solicitor %eneral of 8ngland #y law and usage& so far as those powers and duties are applica#le to ,ntario& and also shall perform the duties and powers that& until the Constitution Act, 1867 came into effect& #elonged to the offices of the +ttorney %eneral and Solicitor %eneral in the pro)inces of *anada and >pper *anada and which& under the pro)isions of that +ct& are within the scope of the powers of the 9egislatureP NeO shall ad)ise the %o)ernment upon all matters of law connected with legislati)e enactments and upon all matters of law referred to him or her #y the %o)ernmentP NfO shall ad)ise the %o)ernment upon all matters of a legislati)e nature and superintend all %o)ernment measures of a legislati)e natureP NgO shall ad)ise the heads of ministries and agencies of %o)ernment upon all matters of law connected with such ministries and agencyP NhO shall conduct and regulate all litigation for and against the *rown or any ministry or agency of go)ernment in respect of any su#ject within the authority or jurisdiction of the 9egislatureP NiO shall superintend all matters connected with judicial officesP NjO shall perform such other functions as are assigned to him or her #y the 9egislature or #y the 9ieutenant %o)ernor in *ouncil. = 'hat follows is an o)er)iew of the )arious components of the +ttorney %eneral/s roles and responsi#ilities& primarily as outlined in the +ct. 55

Chief Law Officer of the Executive Council (s. 5(a))


(he role of chief law officer might #e referred to as the +ttorney %eneral/s o)erall responsi#ility as the independent legal ad)isor to the *a#inet 7 and some ha)e e)en suggested that the role possi#ly extends to the 9egislature as well. (he importance of the independence of the role is fundamental to the position and well esta#lished in common law& statutes and tradition. +s chief law officer& the +ttorney %eneral has a special responsi#ility to #e the guardian of that most elusi)e concept 7 the rule of law. (he rule of law is a well esta#lished legal principle& #ut hard to easily define. It is the rule of law that protects indi)iduals& and society as a whole& from ar#itrary measures and safeguards personal li#erties. (he +ttorney %eneral has a special role to play in ad)ising *a#inet to ensure the rule of law is maintained and that *a#inet actions are legally and constitutionally )alid. In pro)iding such ad)ice it is important to keep in mind the distinction #etween the +ttorney %eneral/s policy ad)ice and preference and the legal ad)ice #eing presented to *a#inet. (he +ttorney %eneral/s legal ad)ice or constitutional ad)ice should not #e lightly disregarded. (he +ttorney %eneral/s policy ad)ice has the same weight as that of other ministers.

Criminal prosecutions (s.5(d))


,ne of the most pu#licly scrutiniCed aspects of the +ttorney %eneral/s role is the responsi#ility for criminal prosecutions encompassed in section L NdO and s. IA of the *onstitution +ct& 5FM4. Section IA gi)es the pro)inces authority to legislate in matters related to the administration of criminal justice and there#y gi)es the pro)incial +ttorney %eneral authority to prosecute offences under the *riminal *ode. (he +ttorney %eneral does not& howe)er& direct or cause charges to #e laid. 'hile the +ttorney %eneral and the +ttorney %eneral/s agents may pro)ide legal ad)ice to the police& the ultimate decision whether or not to lay charges is for the police. ,nce the charge is laid the decision as to whether the prosecution should proceed& and in what manner& is for the +ttorney %eneral and the *rown +ttorney. It is now an accepted and important constitutional principle that the +ttorney %eneral must carry out the $inister/s criminal prosecution responsi#ilities independent of *a#inet and of any partisan political pressures. (he +ttorney %eneral/s responsi#ility for indi)idual criminal prosecutions must #e undertaken 7 and seen to #e undertaken 7 on strictly o#jecti)e and legal criteria& free of any political considerations. 'hether to initiate or stay a criminal proceeding is not an issue of go)ernment policy. (his responsi#ility has #een characteriCed as a matter of the +ttorney %eneral acting as the Kueen/s +ttorney 7 not as a $inister of the go)ernment of the day. (his is not to suggest that decisions regarding criminal prosecutions are made in a complete )acuum. + wide range of policy considerations may #e weighed in executing this responsi#ility& and the +ttorney %eneral may choose to consult the *a#inet on some of these considerations. Howe)er any decisions relating to the conduct of indi)idual prosecutions must #e the +ttorney %eneral/s alone and independent of the traditional *a#inet decision making process. In practice& in the )ast majority of cases& these decisions are made #y the +ttorney %eneral/s agents& the *rown +ttorneys. +n important part of the *rown/s 7 and thus the +ttorney %eneral/s 7 responsi#ility in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated with the responsi#ility to represent the pu#lic interest 7 which includes not only the community as a whole and the )ictim& #ut also the accused. (he *rown has a distinct responsi#ility to the court to present all the credi#le e)idence a)aila#le.

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(he responsi#ility is to present the case fairly 7 not necessarily to con)ict. (his is a fundamental precept of criminal law& e)en if it is not a particularly well7understood concept among the general pu#lic. ,ne of the +ttorney %eneral/s responsi#ilities in fostering pu#lic respect for the rule of law& is to assist the pu#lic in understanding the nature and limits of the prosecutorial function. >ltimately the +ttorney %eneral is accounta#le to the people of the pro)ince& through the 9egislature& for decisions relating to criminal prosecutions. Such accounta#ility can only occur& of course& once the prosecution is completed or when a final decision has #een made not to prosecute. (he su# judicae rule #ars any comment on a matter #efore the courts that is likely to influence the matter. (he su# judicae rule strictly prohi#its the +ttorney %eneral from commenting on prosecutions that are #efore the courts. %i)en the stature of the +ttorney %eneral/s position& any pu#lic comment coming from the office would #e seen as an attempt to influence the case. +lthough the +ttorney general can #ecome in)ol)ed in decision7making in relation to indi)idual criminal cases& such a practice would lea)e the $inister )ulnera#le to accusations of political interference. +ccordingly& it is traditional to lea)e the day7to7day decision7making in the hands of the +ttorney %eneral/s agents& the *rown +ttorneys& except in cases of exceptional importance where the pu#lic would expect the +ttorney %eneral to #e #riefed.

Legislative Responsibilities (s. 5(e) and (f))


(he +ttorney %eneral has #road responsi#ilities associated with %o)ernment legislation. (hese responsi#ilities ha)e #een descri#ed as twofold. ,ne is to o)ersee that all legislati)e enactments are in accordance with principles of natural justice and ci)il rights Nsee also s. LN#O a#o)eO. (his is o#)iously an important and #road area of responsi#ility. (he second aspect of this responsi#ility is to ad)ise on the constitutionality and legality of legislation. (he +ttorney %eneral/s legislati)e responsi#ilities are played out in a )ariety roles. (he ,ffice of 9egislati)e *ounsel reports to the +ttorney %eneral. 9egislati)e *ounsel plays a key role in ensuring the legal integrity of %o)ernment legislation. +lthough the 9egislati)e *ounsel/s reporting relationship to the +ttorney %eneral does allow the +ttorney %eneral to pro)ide guidance and set standards& indi)idual pieces of legislation are drafted on instructions from client ministries and are not within the sole control of 9egislati)e *ounsel or the +ttorney %eneral. It should also #e noted that 9egislati)e *ounsel also has a direct responsi#ility to the 9egislature as the ,ffice also drafts all pri)ate mem#er/s #ills. (he +ttorney %eneral has a further role to play as part of whate)er *a#inet *ommittee is formed to re)iew legislation and regulations. Here the $inister has an opportunity to comment on the technical issues related to legislation and regulations prior to *a#inet consideration. (he +ttorney %eneral/s role on legislati)e matters is as an ad)iser to the *a#inet. +lthough unlikely& *a#inet could& in theory& recei)e the +ttorney %eneral/s legal opinion on legislation and choose to disregard it. (he +ttorney %eneral/s role is not independent of *a#inet decision making as in the area of criminal prosecutions. +s was noted earlier& the +ttorney %eneral must make careful distinctions a#out the legal opinions and policy or political preferences #eing offered a#out legislation.

Civil Litigation (s.5(h) and (d))


In addition to the specific responsi#ilities to conduct ci)il litigation on #ehalf of the %o)ernment and its agencies Ns. LNhOO& the +ttorney %eneral has #roader litigation responsi#ilities flowing from the historical 56

powers of the +ttorney %eneral referred to in s. LNdO of the +ct. (hese powers are #ased on the *rown/s parens patriae NparentalO authority. (he +ttorney %eneral/s authority& therefore& is not only to conduct litigation in cases directly affecting the go)ernment or its agencies #ut also to litigate cases where there is a clear matter of pu#lic interest or pu#lic rights at stake. (his has #een characteriCed as a constitutional responsi#ility to ensure that the pu#lic interest is well and independently represented. It may in)ol)e inter)entions in pri)ate litigation or *harter challenges to legislation& e)en if the arguments conclude that the legislation does contra)ene constitutionally protected rights.

Responsibilit for Court !dministration (s. 5(c))


+ key component of the +ttorney %eneral/s responsi#ilities to ensure the administration of justice in the pro)ince is the administration of the courts and as a result the responsi#ility for maintaining liaison with the judiciary. %i)en the fundamental importance of the independence of the judiciary& the responsi#ility for courts administration is often a )ery sensiti)e and delicate issue. %reat care and respect for the principles of judicial independence must #e exercised in this area.

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