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$15 000 fine for illegal bullets

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Businessman and licensed firearm holder Zack Robert Nadur was fined $15 000 for illegal ammunition when he appeared in the No. 4 Supreme Court.

However, Justice Laurie-Ann Smith-Bovell has warned that the case should not be viewed as a precedent.

“This case turns on its particular circumstances and is not to be seen as a case which can be relied on unless any other case falls within the same factual matrix,” the judge noted.

Nadur, 76, of South Ridge, Christ Church, had admitted earlier in the Sessions of the Continuous Sittings that he had 50 .32-calibre bullets on September 4, 2020. (HLE)

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