The Hon. Mr. Justice Horace Marsh

Stupart, Carlos, Copeland Stupart v The Attorney General & Detective John Davis

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT C.L. NO. S-089 of 1998

BETWEEN CARLOS STUPART 1st CLAIMANT

AND COPELAND STUPART 2nd CLAIMANT

AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 1st DEFENDANT

AND DETECTIVE JOHN DAVIS 2nd DEFENDANT

Huntley Watson instructed by

Watson & Watson for Claimants

Miss Julie Thompson and Bryan Moodie instructed by the

Powell, Leslie v Guardsman Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

LN COMMON LAW

SUITNO. C.L. P 049 OF 1999

BETWEEN LESLIE POWELL

AND GUARDSMAN LTD.

CLAIMANT

DEFENDANT

Sharon Gordon-Townsend for the Claimant

Lowell Morgan and Camille Wignall

Nolan, Milton v Staples Electrical Contractors Ltd

In the Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica

Claim No. C.L.N-052

Between Milton Nolan Claimant

And Staples Electrical Contractors

Limited Defendant

Mr. Bert Samuels and Mise Akilah Anderson instructed

by Knight, Junor and Samuels for Claimant.

Miss Ayanna Thomas instructed -

by Nunes, Schofield, DeLeon & Co. for Defendante

Lewis, Mobrey v Everod Lewis

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAlCA

IN COMMON LAW

CLALM NO. 2006 HCV 02643

BETWEEN MOBREY LEWIS

AND EVEROD LEWIS

CLAIZMANT

DEFENDANT

Mr. C. D. Cochranefor the Claimant

Mrs. Pauline Brown-Rose for the Defendant.

Hasfal, Frank v Kenneth Walker

In the Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica

Claim No. E 248 of 2001

Between Frank Hasfal Claimant

And Kenneth Walker Defendant

Mr. Rudolph Smellie instructed by Daley, Thwaites a .Co. for Claimant.

Mr. K.V. Brooks for the Defendant.

Heard: 7th b e , 2005

8th June, 2005

8th June, 2007

Marsh J.

Facey, Richard Stanford v Dr. Campbell, et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

 CLAIM NO. C.L. Fo57/ 2002

IN THE CIVIL DIVISION

BETWEEN Richard Stanford Facey Claimant

(Minor by Next Friend

and Mother Nicole Facey)

And Dr. Campbell 1st Defendant

And Dr. J. Williams and Defendant

c; And

And

And

And

The Board of Management

Bustamante Hospital for

Children

Bryce, Carmen v Andrew Alphanso Linton

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLADl NO. C.L. 2001 B-011

BETWEEN CARMEN BRYCE CLAIMANT

AND ANDREW ALPHANSO

LINTON DEFENDANTS

Miss k Mulendwe for Claimant

Mrs. A Gibson-Henlin and Miss T. Dunn for Defandants.

Heard: 28th & 29th June, 2007,

September, goo7

& 19th October. $007.

Marsh J.

Patterson, Richard v Becki Patterson

 In the Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica

Claim No. HCV -0811 of 2003

Between Richard Patterson

And Becki Patterson

Claimant

Defendant

Mrs. P. Benka-Coker instructed by Mrs. Debra E. McDonald

for the Applicant/Respondent Richard Patterson

Mr. Gordon Steer instructed by Chambers Bunny and Steer

for the Respondent /Applicant Becki Patterson

In Chambers

Heard:

The Police Federation and Watson, Merrick et al v The Commissioner of the Independent commission of Investigations and The Attorney General of Jamaica

Constitutionality of legislation – Whether section 20 of the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) Act is unconstitutional – Effect of section 20 conferring on the Commissioner and investigative staff of INDECOM, in the exercise of their duty, like powers, authorities and privileges as are given by law to a constable – Whether INDECOM’s officers have the powers of arrest and charge – Whether INDECOM’s officers having such powers would undermine the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

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