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Scenes from the Supreme Court ruling on the Michael Stern/Richard Azan dual citizenship case on Wednesday August 12, 2009.

Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Michael Stern being carried by supporters outside the Supreme Court after the judge ruled that a Bi-election is to be held in the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Michael Stern being carried by supporters outside the Supreme Court after the judge ruled that a Bi-election is to be held in the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Michael Stern being carried by supporters outside the Supreme Court after the judge ruled that a Bi-election is to be held in the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Micheal Stern and Karl Samuda talk with members of the Media after a Judge ruled that a Bi-election should be held in the North West Clarendon Constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Daryl Vaz talk with members of the media outside the Supreme Court after the judge ruled that a Bi-election is to be held in the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Peoples National Party Youth Organization(PNPYO) President Damian Crawford left get a hug from a Jamaica Labour Party supporter outside the Supreme Court on King Street during the case between Michael Stern and Richard Azan on their dual citizenship for the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Jamaica Labour Party supporters waiting outside the  Supreme Court for a ruling on the Michael Stern/ Richard Azan dual citizenship case and wether a bi-election is to be held in the North West Clarendon constituency.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
An Inspector of Police tried to restrain Elaine Elliston outside the Supreme Court along King Street after she got in the Spirit while awaiting the Michael Stern/ Richard Azan verdict on the dual citizenship case in  the North West Clarendon constituency.
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