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Local News 07 May, 2021 Follow News


Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Patrick Moran has quit the job citing personal reasons.

Mr Moran who joined the DPP’s office in 2015 will officially leave the post in July but will be on vacation from the middle of this month.

In light of the unexpected announcement, the process to appoint a replacement has already started with the Governor’s Office consulting with the Judicial and Legal Services Commission on the appointment of both an interim post-holder and ultimately a new DPP.

In a statement thanking Mr Moran for his services to Cayman, the Governor Office said the outgoing DPP “contributed enormously to the prosecution of criminal matters, advancement of Cayman’s status in accordance with C-FATF(Caribbean Financial Action Task Force) and undertaking of the National Risk Assessment."

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