Myrie case closes in Trinidad

Barry Alleyne in Port of Spain,

Added 09 April 2013

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The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has reserved its decision in the case Shanique Myrie brought against the Barbados Government. President of the CCJ Sir Dennis Byron today adjourned the matter for the seven-judge panel to determine, upon conclusion of the case’s evidentiary process at its Henry Street headquarters here in Port of Spain. Barbados’ lead attorney Roger Forde QC and CARICOM lawyers Gladys Young and Dr Chantal Ononaiwu completed their closing arguments, which saw the case come to a close.Sir Dennis told all lawyers involved that the CCJ would employ due diligence and go over all evidence presented, before making its decision.  Full reports in tomorrow's MIDWEEK NATION

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