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Justice Charles Quin, a Grand Court judge and an integral member of Cayman’s law community for more than 30 years, passed away at his home in the company of family and friends on Friday evening. He was 68.
Grand Court judge Charles Quin passed away at his home on Friday.
Two men charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm last year were found not guilty on Wednesday after Justice Charles Quin determined that there was no case for them to answer. The judge listed four police-related issues which he described as “regrettable” in his decision to enter not guilty verdicts.
Justice Charles Quin heard submissions on Wednesday afternoon concerning the charges to which chiropractor Jemal Khan pleaded guilty last month. Justice Quin adjourned sentencing until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16.
Justice Charles Quin found three men not guilty of possessing an unlicensed firearm and then sentenced them for the ganja in which the firearm had been found.
Osbourne Wilfred Douglas, 29, and Justin D’Angelo Ramoon, 24, were found guilty of murdering Jason Charles Powery in George Town on the night of July 1, 2015.
Attorneys for Osbourne Douglas and Justin Ramoon called no evidence after the conclusion of the prosecution’s case against them for murder.
The promise of permanent residence in exchange for money was a “cynical exploitation of vulnerable victims,” Justice Charles Quin declared on Tuesday when he sentenced two women to prison for obtaining property by deception.
Footage from closed circuit television cameras at more than four locations is part of the Crown’s case against Osbourne Wilfred Douglas and Justin D’Angelo Ramoon, whose trial for the murder of Jason Powery began last week.
Jason Powery was part of the so-called Birch Tree Hill gang and had received death threats in the months before he was shot dead outside a George Town bar, a court heard Wednesday.
Amid the squawking of feral chickens and the barking of a junk yard dog, Grand Court convened Wednesday in the unusual confines of a cramped Scranton back alley.
The trial of Justin D’Angelo Ramoon and Osbourne Wilfred Douglas on a charge of murder has been adjourned. They are charged with the murder of Jason Charles Powery, which occurred on the night of Wednesday, July 1, 2015 in George Town. He was 20 at the time and a resident of West Bay.
Mark Anthony Seymour, also known as Mark Hilary, was found guilty on Friday after a jury of five men and two women heard evidence in a two-day Grand Court trial.
Police Auxiliary Constable Curtis Ebanks was publicly thanked in Grand Court on Friday for his assistance with a case that had been going on for over three years, but has now been discontinued.
The last of four men involved in the 2012 robbery of a courier outside BritCay House was sentenced last week. Tarrick Kevin Crawford was given a 12 months’ sentence, which the judge suspended for 12 months.
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