Jabari Sensimania Nervais v The Queen

JurisdictionCaribbean States
CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
Judgment Date2018
Neutral Citation[2018] CCJ 19 AJ
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6 cases
  • Carlton Junior Hall v The Queen
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 14 Febrero 2020
    ...M Rajnauth-Lee The Hon Mme Justice M Rajnauth-Lee /s/ D Barrow The Hon Mr Justice D Barrow /s/ P Jamadar The Hon Mr Justice P Jamadar 1 [2018] CCJ 19 (AJ). 2 [2018] CCJ 19 (AJ). 3 [2018] CCJ 20 (AJ) 4 R v Stephen Edward Dossett [2013] EWCA Crim 710 5 Turnbull at 447 6 [2018] CCJ (AJ) 7 7 C......
  • Dominic Suraj; Satyanand Maharaj v The Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court
    • 11 Septiembre 2020
  • Vijay Maharaj v The Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court
    • 13 Enero 2020
    ...law clauses on Caribbean countries. 70 The Caribbean Court of Justice in Jabari Sensimania Nervais v R and Dwayne Omar Severin v R [2018] CCJ 19 (AJ) examined section 26 of Barbados's Independence Constitution which is in pari materia with the Section 6 of the 1976 71 Their Lordships summar......
  • Aaron Parris Construction Inc. v Tristan Broomes
    • Barbados
    • Court of Appeal
    • 9 Octubre 2018
    ...we should only have regard to the Walsh v Ward standard in this appeal. This is because, in the very recent CCJ decision in Nervais v R [2018] CCJ 19 (AJ), Byron P stated as follows: “There are cases where the jurisprudence from the CCJ differs from and is inconsistent with decisions made b......
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