Thursday, April 18, 2024

Ex-BLP candidate’s case continues


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LEGAL ARGUMENTS took place in the absence of the jury when the illegal ammunition case against Richard DeLisle Arthur continued in the No 2 Supreme Court yesterday.

Arthur, 57, a refrigeration engineer and former Barbados Labour Party candidate, of Maynards, St Peter, has denied the illegal possession of 102 bullets on January 31, 2012.

He is being represented by Queen’s Counsel Andrew Pilgrim and attorney Kyle Walkes, while Principal Crown Counsel Alliston Seale is prosecuting.

The matter is being heard by Justice Randall Worrell and a nine-member jury.


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