CCJ grants appeal of break and enter conviction

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday made its first written ruling in Guyana, granting an application for special leave to appeal a criminal conviction.

CCJ President Sir Denis Byron and other members of the court, Justices David Hayton,  Jacob Wit,  Winston Anderson and Adrian Saunders, heard arguments on Monday when the CCJ began its first sitting in Guyana, at the Guyana International Conference Centre at Liliendaal.

In delivering its ruling yesterday, the Court agreed with submissions by attorneys Sanjeev Datadin and Charles Ramson Jnr that …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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