Perhaps one of the most controversial and high profile roles in our justice system is that of the Director of Public Prosecutions ... A hot seat which been filled by Paul Rofe QC, for the past ten years with some distinction.
But after one scrape with the law, you'd imagine Mr Rofe would be very careful about the image of the position he holds.
Well it seems, he's dropped his guard again. Over a period of a week and a half, we observed our DPP visiting the local TAB and buying scratchy tickets up to seventeen times in one working day.
While this is all perfectly legal it begs the question, is this the best use of Mr Rofe's time… And is it setting the right standards for the office he holds?
Graham Archer has this report.