R v da Costa Hall

CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
Judgment Date2011
JurisdictionCaribbean States
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  • Mervin Cameron v The Attorney General
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court
    • 4 de Setembro de 2018
    ...in Mervin Cameron v Attorney General [2018] JMSC FULL 1 3 See in this regard cases such as Callachand v The State [2008] UKPC 49 (PC); R v da Costa Hall (2011) 77 WIR 66 (CCJ) (AJ); Meisha Clement v R [2016] JMCA Crim 26; (2016) 88 WIR 449 and Richard Brown v R [2016] JMCA Crim criminal cha......
  • Clarence Elloyd Sealy Appellant v The Queen Respondent
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 29 de Janeiro de 2016
    ...Beattie (n 63). 69 Gill (n 18) [70] citing Bovell v the Queen (Court of Appeal of Barbados, 23 April 2002) [47]. 70 [2011] CCJ 6 (AJ), (2011) 77 WIR 66. 71 McKinney (n 72 The Evidence Act (n 2), s 73. 73 Francis (n 1) [6]. 74 Barbados Evidence Act (n 2) s 2. 75 Sealy (n 30) [55] – [56]. 76......
  • Christopher Shair v The Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court
    • 11 de Fevereiro de 2020
    ...arrive at a date of release. 35. The idea that remission must be earned was espoused by the Caribbean Court of Justice in the case of R v. da Costa Hall (2011) 77 W.I.R. 66. In treating with an appeal against sentence from Barbados the judges had to consider what was the correct method of ......
  • Paul Lashley John Campayne Appellants v Det. CPL. 17995 Winston Singh Respondent
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 9 de Junho de 2014
    ...in the sentencing hearing was in relation to the failure to properly credit the four days spent on remand in accordance with Romeo da Costa Hall v The Queen. 3 [4] Therefore the Court dismissed the appeal against conviction and affirmed the sentence of four years imprisonment with the requi......
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