Myrie ruling on October 4
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will deliver its long awaited judgment in the Shanique Myrie case on October 4.
The court yesterday issued a release to media houses revealing the decision would be made by video conference at 10 a.m. Eastern Caribbean time from its Henry Street headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago’s capital, Port of Spain.
The decision by video conference is in accordance with CCJ rules and regulations.
Myrie, through her lawyer Michelle Brown, is asking the CCJ to pay her more than US$400 000 in punitive and moral damages. Myrie’s legal team also asked the court to award special damages for what she went through, and costs, which could take the total judgment past Barbados $1 million. .(BA)