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CCJ Defends Integrity of Its President

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The Caribbean Court of Justice is defending the President of the organisation, Sir Dennis Byron.

In a release, the CCJ said the President has been advised that it is not appropriate to respond to an attack on his reputation in the media by a dissatisfied litigant.

He was told that any response coming from him in his personal capacity to the allegations made against him is not a proper course of action at this time.

However, Sir Byron, through the CCJ, wished it to be known that every single allegation, or wrongdoing, or improper conduct attributed to him by the litigant, in his continuing campaign to denigrate the Court, is false.

The CCJ says appropriate actions are being taken to protect the integrity of the President and the Court.

Last week, a criminal complaint was filed with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service against Grenadian Attorney at Law, Dr. Francis Alexis QC, and the President of the CCJ.

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