Defendant Sandra Catron will represent herself
A five-day trial in Grand Court has been set next year for Sandra Catron, who is charged with harassment via an ICT network.
Ms Catron entered a plea of not guilty on 19 July, but the trial date was not settled until 9 August. On both occasions, she confirmed to the presiding judge that she would be representing herself. She also restated her wish to have a jury trial.
Details of the charge are that between 27 May and 23 July, 2012, in Grand Cayman, she knowingly used an Information and Communications Technology network to harass a named individual.
Questioned about the scheduling by Justice Alexander Henderson, Crown Counsel Michael Snape said 10 February, 2014, was the first available five-day block.