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Three new judges appointed to Supreme Court

Published:Wednesday | December 31, 2014 | 12:24 PM

Three new judges have been appointed to act in the Supreme Court.



They are Chester Stamp, Vinette Graham-Allen, and Senior Resident Magistrate Lorna Shelly Williams.



Stamp and Graham-Allen are former crown counsels in the Office of the Director of the Public Prosecutions.



Stamp is also a former senior prosecutor in the International Criminal Court, while Laing is a former Resident Magistrate in Jamaica.



In addition to being a former prosecutor in Jamaica, Graham-Allen is former Director of Public Prosecutions in The Bahamas and Bermuda.



Before joining the bench, Senior RM Williams was a senior Crown Counsel and an assistant Director of Public Prosecutions.



In the meantime, former prosecutor Kissock Laing has been appointed as a puisne judge.



Laing has practiced at the private bar in Anguilla and the British Virgin Islands.



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