Juanita Lucas 1st Appellant Celia Carillo 2nd Appellant v The Chief Education Officer The Minister of Education Yolanda Gongora Jahmor Lopez Pedro Kukul Endevora Jorgensen Members of Investigation Team Investigating the Appellants Attorney General of Belize Respondents

JurisdictionCaribbean States
JudgeThe Honourable Justices Nelson,Hayton,Anderson,The Honourable Mr Justice Nelson,The Honourable Justice Saunders,The Honourable Mr Justice Wit
Judgment Date22 April 2015
Neutral Citation[2015] CCJ 6 AJ
Docket NumberCCJ Appeal No. BZCV2014/001
CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
Date22 April 2015

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