The Hon. Miss Justice Gloria Smith

Portmore Citizens Advisory Council & Portmore Joint Citizens Association v Ministry of Transport and Works, The Attorney General of Jamaica

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAIC

CLAIM NO. HCV 1085 OF 2005

BETWEEN PORTMORE CITIZENS 1 CLAIMANT

ADVISORY COUNCIL

AND PORTMORE JOINT 2ND CLAIMANT

CITIZENS ASSOCIATION

AND MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT 1 RESPONDENT

AND WORKS

C; AND THEATTORNEYGENERAL 2ND RESPONDENT

OF JAMAICA

Lord Anthony Gifford Q.C. and Miss C. Hamilton instructed by Gifford,

Thompson & Bright for the Claimants.

Mr. Michael Hylton Q.C. along with Mr. P. Foster, Miss A. Lindsay and

Miss C. Rochester for the Respondents.

Forbes, Millicent v The Attorney General

IN 'THE SLIPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN THE FULL COURT

CLAIM NO. 20041HCV - 01 386

BEFORE: THE HONOURABLE MISS JUSTICE GLORIA SMITH

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE MAHADEV DUKHARAN

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE ROY JONES

BETWEEN MILLICENT FORBES CLAIMANT

AND THE AlTORNEY GENERAL OF JAMAICA DEFENDANT

Richard Small an! D avid Wong-Ken instructed by Wong Ken & Co for the Claimant Mrs. Nicole ~osteh~useanyd Miss Carlene Larmond for the Defendant

Heard: Februarv 21 and 24,2005

G. SMITH, J.

Giguere, Martin v Government of the United States of America and Commissioner of Correctional Services

Extradition – proceedings before magistrate – Duty of magistrate – Test for committal – Whether magistrate obliged to conduct meaningful judicial proceedings – Need for proceedings to be conducted fairly – Whether arrest in good faith - Extradition – Delay in making request – Meaning of unjust or oppressive – Habeas corpus application – Review of order for committal – Role of the reviewing court – Whether to discharge from custody.

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