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Case #: 80 of 2019
KYLE FARRINGTON And THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

Bail – Appeal against the refusal of bail – Delay – Trial within a reasonable\\r\\ntime - Interference with witnesses or otherwise pervert the court of justice – Considerations\\r\\nwhich may be imposed to minimize or eliminate risk of the applicant absconding, interfering with\\r\\nwitnesses or otherwise obstructing the course of justice - Separate trials – Articles 19, 20 and 28\\r\\nof the Constitution – Section 4 of the Bail Act – Section 74 of the Criminal Procedure Code

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Criminal / Bail Matter
by Justice(s) Hon. Sir Hartman Longley, P., Hon. Sir Micheal Barnett, JA and Hon. Mr. Justice Evans, JA
Date Added:
23/08/2019

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