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Dental report handed over in Coudray-Greaves case

Published:Friday | May 17, 2013 | 4:15 PM

Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer



WESTERN BUREAU:

The case against Ivan Taylor, the man charged in connection with the murder of Trinidadian school-teacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves, can now proceed.




The outstanding forensic dental report is now in the hands of the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate’s Court.



The report was handed over today to clerk of the court Natalie Malcolm by the medical expert, Nigerian-born dentist Dr Christopher Ogunsalu, after he had promised yesterday that the document would be handed over to the court.



The case was delayed on at least three occasions because the court was told that the medical expert in question was refusing to handover his report unless he was paid.



Taylor will return to court on July 15, at which time a nolle prosequi will be entered to discontinue the case in the RM Court and transfer it to the St James Circuit court session, which will open on that day.



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