The Hon. Mrs. Justice Simone Wolfe-Reece

Leon-Issa, Amoi v Detective Constable Julian Frazer, The Commissioner of Police, Her Honour Mrs. Sasha Marie Ashley and the Attorney General of Jamaica

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – The Constitution of Jamaica – The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (Constitutional Amendment) Act, 2011, sections 13(2) and (3)(j)(iii), 16(2) & 19 – Whether section 21 of the Cybercrimes Act breaches the Claimant’s fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed under section 13(3)(j)(iii) of the Charter – Whether any breach of the Claimant’s right to privacy guaranteed under section 13(3)(j)(ii) of the Charter are demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society – Whether breach of Claimant’s rights guaranteed under section 16(2) – Proportionality - Pr

Issa, Amoi Leon v Ffrazer, Detective Constable Julilan and the Commissioner of Police and Her Honour Mrs. Sasha Marie Ashley and the Attorney General of Jamaica

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – The Constitution of Jamaica – The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (Constitutional Amendment) Act, 2011, sections 13(2) and (3)(j)(iii), 16(2) & 19 – Whether section 21 of the Cybercrimes Act breaches the Claimant’s fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed under section 13(3)(j)(iii) of the Charter – Whether any breach of the Claimant’s right to privacy guaranteed under section 13(3)(j)(ii) of the Charter are demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society – Whether breach of Claimant’s rights guaranteed under section 16(2) – Proportionality - Pr

Dryden, Kerrie-Ann v Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, the Public Service Commission, The Attorney General of Jamaica and Audrey Sewell

JUDICIAL REVIEW - Civil Procedure Rules - Part 56 of CPR – Constitutional law –– Breach of Public Service Regulations – Staff Orders for Public Service – Performance Management Appraisal System (PMAS) guidelines – Delay in completing job performance reports and PMAS appeal process – Right to fair hearing within reasonable time under Section 16(2) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Mandamus – Declaration – Damages.

Cameron, Mervin v The Attorney General of Jamaica

Civil Procedure Rules - Application for leave to cross-examine a person not an
Affiant/Witness before the Court ( His Excellency, the Governor General) – Power
of Court to control evidence under CPR 29.1 - Whether Court should exercise
overriding jurisdiction to call non-witness to be cross-examined – Overriding
objectives

Adjudah, Silvera v Attorney General of Jamaica and South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) and Donald Farquharson

Civil Procedure – Striking out – Application to strike out claimants’ statement of
case – Whether the claimants’ statement of case ought properly to be struck out –
The Doctrine of Res Judicata- Whether the claimants’ statement of case as framed
constitutes an abuse of the process of the court – Whether the claimants’ statement
of case is frivolous and vexatious – Whether the claimants’ statement of case
discloses any reasonable grounds for bringing the claim

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