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The Hon. Mr. Justice Leighton Pusey

Simpson-Miller, The Hon. Mrs. ; Pickersgill, Robert et al v The Attorney General and the Director of Public Prosecutions

Constitutional law - Fundamental rights and freedoms - Mutual legal assistance in criminal matters - Request of foreign state for taking of evidence from witnesses in Jamaica - Witnesses refusing to co-operate – Application of central authority for order for witnesses to give evidence on oath - Order granted – Whether order an abuse of process – Whether order breached constitutional rights of witnesses - Right to equitable and humane treatment – Right to be free from discrimination on political grounds - Right to fair hearing – Right to due process - The Mutual Assistance (Criminal Matters)

Innis, Collins v Kingsley Thomas

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAM

CLAIM NO. C.L. 2003 1-053

BETWEEN COLLIN INNIS CLAIMANT

AND KINGSLEY THOMAS DEFENDANT

'u' Miss Shawn Steadman instructed by Ian Wilkinson & Company for the

Claimant.

Mrs. Vanessa Allard & Mrs. Teneisha Watkins instructed by Vaccianna &

Whittingham for the Defendant.

HEARD: 1 9th & 2oth April, 2005

PUSEY, J. (Actg.)

C

This matter is a rather unusual defamation matter in that it relates to an

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