The Hon. Mrs. Justice Stephane Jackson-Haisley

Regina v Beckford, Randy and Reid, Kidani

Sentencing after trial - Offence of Knowingly Possessing Identity Information - Section 10(1) of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions) (Special Provisions) Act, 2013

Smith, Louis v Director of Public Prosecutions and Parish Court Judge for the Parish of Saint James Sandra Wong-Small

Judicial review – Application for leave to apply for judicial review – The threshold test – Whether the applicant has an arguable ground with a realistic prospect of success – Applicant charged with offences under repealed statute – Whether the charges laid against the applicant are null and void and of no effect – Whether the Full Court is the proper forum having regard to all the circumstances of the case – Whether there is an alternative remedy available to the applicant – The Money Laundering Act, section 3(1)(c), The Interpretation Act, section 25(2), The Proceeds of Crime Act, section

Thorpe, Marva v McPherson, Curtis

Will - Validity - Fraud - Burden and standard of proof - Whether testator possessed testamentary capacity at the time of execution of Will - Whether signature on Will was that of the testator - Whether grant of probate should be revoked.

 

Regina v Taylor, Dwayne

Sentencing after trial- Section 20 1(b) of the Firearms Act- Illegal possession of firearm- Illegal possession of ammunition

Flemmings, Ashford v McDove, Pauline

The Property Rights of Spouses Act - Application for declaration of half interest in the family home - Variation of statutory equal share rule - Whether section 7 factor exists to displace 50/50 presumption.

Regina v OGilvie, Everette

Sentencing after trial - Offence of knowingly possessing identity information - Section 10(1) of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions) (Special Provisions) Act, 2013

Lozane, Easton v Beckford, Junior

Civil practice and procedure - Application to Strike out- Application for Summary Judgment - Whether defence complies with rule 10.5(4) of the Civil Procedure Rules - Whether defence amounts to a bare denial or whether the defence of inevitable accident is made out.

Pinnock, Fritz and Reid, Ruel v Financial Investigations Division

Judicial Review – Renewed application for leave – Whether Respondent has power to arrest and charge - Whether “designated “ constable under FIDA has power to arrest and charge- Whether Informations void - Whether alternate remedy available in the parish court – Whether Fiat to prosecute should be set aside - Costs.

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