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JAMAICAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Michelle Brown, upset about not receiving US$1million in legal fees for the Shanique Myrie case against the Barbados Government, says she is taking the matter back to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).

“I don’t know if they [B’dos Government] are disobeying the order of the court, but I have to try to collect my fees.

“This is not fair to me, it’s been going on for two to three years now,” Brown told the SATURDAY SUN yesterday in a telephone link-up from her law chambers in Kingston.

“They are not paying and I don’t think that they want to pay, but I’ve now asked the court [CCJ] to order payment. I’m awaiting a date, but I’m hoping it doesn’t come to that,” she added.

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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