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Application for Moravian ministers' case transfer pushed to next week

Published:Thursday | February 23, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Former Moravian president Dr Paul Gardner (right) and his former deputy Jermaine Gibson leaving court on February 1.

Tamara Bailey, Gleaner Writer

Mandeville, Manchester:
Moravian Ministers Reverend Dr Paul Gardner and Jermaine Gibson, charged  for carnal abuse arising from a series of incidents said to have happened in 2002, will have to wait until March 2, to find out whether or not their case will be transferred to the Home Circuit Court in Kingston.

According to attorney-at-law Peter Champaigne the case was today adjourned due to a part heard matter that was before the court.

The application for transfer is expected to be made next Thursday in the Manchester Circuit Court.

Their bails have been extended.