In criminal cases, the police initiate a pre-trial investigation. The prosecutor can then bring charges, in which event the case will be heard by a district court.
A district court’s decisions can be appealed against to a court of appeal. A decision of a court of appeal can be appealed against to the Supreme Court provided that the Supreme Court grants a leave to appeal.
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If the police find during the pre-trial investigation that an offence has been committed, the police will transfer the case to the prosecutor.