Joshua Beacon v Inspector Ford, etal

Case Number: 
C.L. B395/1996
Date of Delivery: 
07.06.2002

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. B39511996
BETWEEN JOSHUA BEACON PLAINTIFF
AND INSPECTOR FORD 1 ST DEFENDANT
AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 2ND DEFENDANT
Mr. Gordon Robinson and Mrs. Priya Levers for the Plaintiff.
Mr. Garfield Haisley instructed by The Director of State Proceedings for 2"
Defendant.
\ Heard on the 1" and loth Mav, 2002 and the 7th June, 2002
\ CAMPBELL J.
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The Second Defendant applied by Summons dated 3rd September 2001 to
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dismiss the Plaintiffs action for want of prosecution, on the grounds that;
(a) There has been an inordinate and inexcusable delay in prosecuting the
action.
(b) The Second Defendant has been prejudiced by the delay.
(c) There is substantial risk that there cannot be a fair trial.
In support of this Summons Garfield Haisley, an Attorney-at-Law in the

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