Gibson v Attorney General of Barbados

JurisdictionCaribbean States
CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
Judgment Date2010
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4 cases
  • JJ Applicant v Child Care Board First Respondent SW Second Respondent
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 21 de Março de 2017
    ...CCJ 3 (AJ), (2006) 69 WIR 104, Maya Leaders Alliance v Attorney General of Belize [2015] CCJ 15 (AJ), (2015) 87 WIR 178; Gibson v Attorney General of Barbados [2010] CCJ 3 (AJ), (2010) 76 WIR 34 Emphasis added. 35 United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Children, General Comment No.1......
  • Andrew Lovell v The Attorney General
    • Barbados
    • High Court
    • 7 de Dezembro de 2018
    ...hearing within a reasonable time by an independent and impartial court established by law.” 15 The CCJ, in Gibson v. Attorney General (2010) 76 WIR 137, para [54], interpreted section 18(1) of the Constitution as creating three different and freestanding rights, namely, a hearing that is “......
  • Barrington Telesford Claimant v Attorney General Defendant [ECSC]
    • Caribbean Community
    • Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court
    • 19 de Julho de 2013
  • Allen Baptiste Yan Edwards v The Commissioner of Police the Director of Public Prosecutions
    • Caribbean Community
    • Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court
    • 11 de Janeiro de 2021 this case, I do not have sufficient material and evidence to fully examine all of these factors. 39 In the case of Gibson v. The Attorney General of Barbados (2010), 76 WIR 137 at paragraph 61, the Caribbean Court of Justice dealt with the issue of delay in a murder case. The court was ......