WHY SHOULD THE SECRETARY OF JUSTICE DO IF AN INFORMATION ALREADY FILED IN COURT IS APPEALED TO HIM?
> He should as far as practicable, refrain from entertaining the appeal
> The matter should be left to the determination of the court
IF THE SECRETARY OF JUSTICE GIVES DUE COURSE TO THE APPEAL, WHAT SHOULD THE TRIAL JUDGE DO?
> The trial judge should suspend proceedings and defer arraignment pending the resolution of the appeal