Prosecutor General of Finland
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The Prosecutor General of Finland (Finnish: Valtakunnansyyttäjä) is the supreme prosecutor and the head of the prosecution service. The current Prosecutor General of Finland is Matti Nissinen. The first Prosecutor General of Finland was Matti Kuusimäki. The Prosecutor General directs and develops prosecutorial activity by issuing general instructions and guidelines to the prosecutors. He also appoints local prosecutors. The Prosecutor General may take over a case from a subordinate prosecutor. He also acts as the prosecutor in the High Court of Impeachment if the Parliament decides that charges are to be brought against the President of Finland or against a member of the Finnish Council of State. Some of the duties of the Prosecutor General are assigned to the Deputy Prosecutor General, the office of which is presently held by Jorma Kalske. For regular prosecutorial tasks, the office has thirteen State Prosecutors, whose jurisdiction covers the entire country.
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