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Barbados ready for Shanique Myrie hearing
2013-03-04 10:25:12 | (0 Comments)
Livern Barrett, Gleaner Writer
CCJ president Dennis Byron - File.
Lawyers representing the Barbados government in the Shanique Myrie case say they are ready to go to trial.
However, lead attorney Queens Counsel Roger Forde said there are some "housekeeping issues that have to be taken care of."
Among those issues, Forde said, was a court order made last month relating to the filing of certain documents in the case.
"The court has agreed that there will be a session to deal with these house keeping matters before we commence proceedings," he told The Gleaner.
Myrie arrived at the Jamaica Conference Centre around 9 o'clock where the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is convened to hear her case.
Dressed in a black pants, white blouse and a black jacket, Myrie declined to speak to the media.
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