Petite Savanne youngsters relieved to have wounding matter discontinued

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first_img Share Share LocalNews Petite Savanne youngsters relieved to have wounding matter discontinued by: – May 15, 2012 30 Views   one comment Sharing is caring!center_img Tweet Share Court gavel. Photo credit: lazytechguys.comTwo young men from Petite Savanne breathed a sigh of relief when they were told that their matter had been discontinued at the High Court on Monday.Royson Thomas and Chasrey Thomas who were arrested and charged for wounding Vincent Francis with intent to cause him harm were fortunate to have a notice of discontinuance filed by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in their matter.Justice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks who informed the youngsters that the notice had been filed at 8:10am on Monday advised them to stay away from trouble.“Please do not let me see you back in here unless you are a police officer, a juror or a lawyer. Goodbye”.Meanwhile a Newtown man who was arrested and charged for wounding another man will have to wait until June 11th to know what sentence or fine he will receive.Marcus Augustus pleaded “guilty with an explanation” when the charge was read to him however Justice Stephenson-Brooks explained to him that his choices are either “guilty” or “not guilty”.He then pleaded guilty to unlawfully and maliciously wounding Mickey Thomas on 11th August, 2009 with intent to cause him harm.Justice Stephenson-Brooks ordered that a pre-trial report be conducted and told Augustus that he will also have an opportunity to give an explanation then.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img

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