Judgments

Case #: 203 of 2013, 280 of 2013, 106 of 2014 and 8 of 2014
STEPHEN STUBBS ANDREW DAVIS CLINTON EVANS And REGINA

Murder – Attempted murder – Possession of a firearm with intent to put another in fear – Leave to adduce additional evidence – Identification parade – Admissibility of identification evidence – Putting the defence's case to the jury – Purpose of cross examination - Sections 120 & 168 of the Criminal Procedure Code - Section 66 of the Evidence Act

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Criminal Matter
by Justice(s) Hon. Sir Hartman Longley, P., Hon. Sir Michael Barnett, JA (Acting) and Hon. Mr. Justice Evans, JA (Acting)
Date Added:
24/01/2019

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