Legal experts say they are ready to assist the government in the investigation and prosecution of complicated cases that continue to pose challenges in the delivery of effective justice for all economy.

This comes as the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is next week expected to open the 2019 legal year.

The legal profession expects the Chief Justice to strengthen judicial processes and ensure thorough investigations and vetting of cases.

Advocate Canaan Dube said there is need to outsource prosecution from experienced lawyers instead of relying on inexperienced personnel.

Another legal expert, Advocate Jonathan Samukange said the court process has been giving people false hope by arresting in order to prosecute.

The legal profession agrees that the realignment of laws must be expedited to clear inconsistencies.

The appointment of more judges and a substantive Prosecutor General are also key issues needing urgent attention.