Sukul would have been aware of probe – UK case officer

Prior to being disbarred by the Bar Council of England and Wales, Justice Rabi Sukul would have known that he was being investigated, an officer involved in the investigation has said.

When contacted, the UK Bar Standards Board told Stabroek News that a complaint that might lead to a disbarment, would be made anywhere from three to nine months prior.

Stabroek News then contacted Michael Carter, a Case Officer of the Investigations and Hearing Team at the Council in London, via telephone for a comment. He said that the date the complaint was first filed was confidential at the moment. Since many complaints were dismissed, he said, they are initially not published in the public domain. The complaint would make its way to the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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