Limitation of the Function of the Prosecutor
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A Prosecutor is subject to the following limitation in the exercise of his/her function:
- A Prosecutor while in office is prohibited from:
- Holding a salaried or non-salaried public office concurrently, unless otherwise permitted by law.
- Engaging in trade or any other business which a public official is prohibited from engaging in.
- Articles 17,18 19,20 and 24 of chapter III on withdrawal of court officers, the Code of Criminal Procedure, shall apply mutatis mutandis to a prosecutor; provided, that service as a prosecutor in a lower court shall not be a reason for withdrawal.