Sierra Leone Constitution of 1991, Reinstated in 1996, with Amendments through 2013
Article 120. 3. In the exercise of its judicial functions, the Judiciary shall be subject to only this Constitution or any other law, and shall not be subject to the control or direction of any other person or authority.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 65. 10. If the Judicial and Legal Service Commission represents to the President that the question of removing the Solicitor-General from office under subsection (9) ought to be investigated then— a. the President, acting in consultation with the Judicial and Legal Service Commission, shall appoint a tribunal which shall consist of a Chairman and two other members, all of whom shall be persons who hold, have held or are qualified to hold office as a Justice of the Supreme Court; and b. the tribunal shall enquire into the matter and report on the facts thereof and the findings thereon, and recommend to the President whether the Solicitor-General ought to be removed from office under subsection (12).
Attorney General’s Office
Article 66. Director of Public Prosecutions 1. There shall be a Director of Public Prosecutions, whose office shall be a public office. 2. The Director of Public Prosecutions shall be appointed by the President on the advice of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission and subject to the approval of Parliament, and shall, before assuming the functions of his office; take and subscribe to the oath as set out in the Third Schedule to this Constitution.