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Diversion is a noun deriving from verb ''diverge'', means ''not have common points, or diverging opinions for ex. between members of Parliament in something, or ''diversion of opinions for ex. on a subject between Government and Opposition Party, or other parties. Also, another ex. we can say there is 'diversion of opinions between Prosecutor and Inquestor, on prisoning of someone who was arrested as suspect of criminal act by Police and was led to Prosecutor to be inquested, then Prosecutor sent him/her to Inquestor for further inquisition, and for deeper and more extensive knowledge of truth and information, with the relative report of Prosecutor, but there are not enough facts, or proved reasons of accusation, that would justify pre-prisoning, and if so, prior to defined date of Trial. Or, there is diversion of opinion at a point on which is Competent Court (Court of Jurisdiction) between Prosecutor for ex. (again) in this case and Inquestor, to adjudicate X legal case, and for ex. Inquestor asks for more prove of facts or proof of evidence to conclude his/her task on inquisition, so that on basis of 'highest penal, thus 'punishable act' based on facts mentioned at Inquisition, and after concluded report of Inquestor in these terms, and relative report sent to Prosecutor, so as to agree, -not dissent, not have diverging, rather have converging opinion' on competent court to adjudicate the case, etc. And in this case we talk about ''doubted proof of facts'', then all the rest of course will be judged, analyzed, and developped in an extensive way, at Court of Jurisdiction, on (first) day of Trial, For ex. pre-prisoning applies, as being duly justified in cases of ''caught on the act'' etc.

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