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Appeal from the Court of Appeal belize CCJ Appeal No. BZCR2018/001 Between DIONCICIO SALAZAR v THE QUEEN

Reasons for Decision of The Honourable Justices Wit, Hayton, Anderson, Rajnauth-Lee and Barrow

Delivered by
The Honourable Mr. Justice Wit

2019/07/12

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Original Jurisdiction

Original Jurisdiction CCJ Application No. GDOJ2018/002 David Bain
Claimant
And
The State of Trinidad and Tobago Defendant
JUDGMENT Court composed of A Saunders, President, and J Wit, D Hayton, W Anderson and A Burgess, Judges

2019/05/29

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  • 02
    July 2, 2019

    10:00 -13:00
    July 2, 2019

    Mr. David Brooks, a US Citizen, agreed to rent premises owned by Mr. Henry Newitt for his family vacation in December 2005. When he arrived at the premises he found that it was “unclean and uninhabitable” and so he requested a refund of all monies he paid in advance, which included both the rental fee and a 25% deposit. Mr. Newitt refused his request. The High Court found that the property was in good condition and that Mr. Brooks only wanted a refund because his wife was not satisfied with the arrangements. The court ruled that Mr. Newitt was entitled to both the rental fee and the 25% deposit. The Court of Appeal upheld the High Court’s decision. Mr. Brooks now appeals to the CCJ. Watch live: http://bit.ly/2YqRH3a 

     

     

     

  • 18
    July 18, 2019

    10:00 -13:00
    July 18, 2019

    In August 2002, Neil along with another was charged for aggravated robbery of Sweet Kisses Bakery in Barbados. During the course of the trial, Neil absconded on bail and a Bench Warrant was issued for his arrest. The Judge proceeded with the trial in his absence with his co-accused. Neil was convicted and sentenced to 11 years and 9 months imprisonment. His co-accused was found not guilty. Neil appealed his conviction arguing that the verdict was unsafe and unsatisfactory. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal and affirmed the conviction. Neil is now seeking special leave to appeal. Watch live: http://bit.ly/2ZYlalB

     

     

     

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On Friday 19 July 2019 at 9:30 am AST, the CCJ will hear Pedro Ellis v the DPP. Ellis is seeking permission to appeal the refusal of bail after he was charged for murder and criminal damage in 2013. To view the live broadcast, click the link: bit.ly/2XZoPOv ... See MoreSee Less

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