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Tuesday, 29 August 2017 11:50

Scotland supports Accessing Interpretation Summons

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Attorney Keith Scotland says he is in support of the move by the government to go to the court next week to get an interpretation summons as a means of resolving the 53 part-heard matters left by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers Caesar. Scotland has seven clients who were affected when Ayers Caesar was promoted to a high court judge and later resigned and hence he said he is an interested party in the matter. We spoke to him on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today.

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