Jamal Dyer gets PI date
From the Courts
October 15, 2004
Jamal Dyer gets PI date

Jamal Dyer, (at left) a 21-year-old mechanic of Chateaubelair, returns to court January 27 for preliminary investigations into a murder charge. {{more}}

Dyer’s conflict with the law stems from the death of 36-year-old Raphael Trimingham who succumbed to bullet injuries received at a gathering in Chateaubelair in the early hours of Monday, 4th October.

Senior Magistrate Simone Churaman took the cue from Prosecutor Sergeant Adolphus Delpesche in opting for the PI date.

Former Crown Counsel Jaundy Martin, on behalf of the law firm Marks and Martin, represented Dyer.