THE SMILES on the faces of the family embattled in a case that dominated the media for the last couple of months were enough proof that they saw yesterday’s outcome as a victory.
The four were congratulated by their lawyers and others who came to support them in the case in which parents Charles Lashley and Kim Jackman were found guilty of failing to register their children in school to receive full-time education.
Yesterday the matter concluded in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court after arguments from both the prosecution and defence side.
Magistrate Douglas Frederick dismissed the case after he agreed that the charge was erroneous.
Here, the Rastafarian parents with their children after news of the dismissal. (Picture by Xtra Vision Photography.)