The link is to an article in JEP as to whether it is possible to either have a private prosecution or judicially review a decision by the Attorney General in Jersey to prosecute. Viz it says:THERE is no mechanism in Jersey to launch a private prosecution if the Attorney General decides not to pursue a case.
Attorney General William Bailhache told the States this week that private prosecutions were not part of Jersey law and added that there was a question mark over whether his decisions could be the subject of a judicial review.
Mr Bailhache gave the information in response to a question by Senator Stuart Syvret, who asked what appeal mechanism was open to alleged victims of crime if the Attorney General decided not to prosecute.
Mr Bailhache said that private prosecutions could not take place in Jersey, unlike in England as the laws were different.