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Lawyers representing sedition accused Oliver Hinckson are planning to challenge the High Court’s decision on the issue of bail for the accused.Oliver HincksonAn Order Nisi was filed in the High Court back in July,Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping, calling on the acting Chief Magistrate, Melissa Robertson, to show cause why an Order Nisi granting bail should not be made absolute.Back in July, the magistrate had granted bail to the tune of $1M. However, he was not released,Stitched Jerseys, because the High Court continued to deliberate the question of bail,Cheap NFL Jerseys, and this had been going on since July.However, on Thursday last, Justice William Ramlal made the order absolute and Hinckson was once again granted bail and released from prison.Following his release, Hinckson’s lawyers had stated that they are prepared to challenge any ‘surprises’ that may pop up.Challenging the Order Nisi that quashed the first bail order in the High Court, the lawyers pointed out that this will have nothing to do with the preliminary inquiry which is ongoing in the magistrates’ court.The High Court decision was described by one of the lawyers as a ‘fundamental flaw’.It was also noted by one of the lawyers that nowhere does the law provide for the High Court to quash a decision made by a magistrate in the magistrates’ court.“Magistrates have jurisdiction over their courts, and if the court is satisfied and considers bail, a magistrate is entitled to do such without any hindrances by the High Court,Alexis Sanchez Jersey,” one lawyer said.It was also noted that the fact that the decision in the High Court was made absolute clearly shows that Hinckson could have been granted bail way back in July. In the past,Nike NFL Jerseys China, Hinckson’s lawyers had tried to secure bail. On one occasion,Anthony Steen Dolphins Jersey, Hinckson’s lawyers made mention of the fact that bail had been secured in the High Court for the sedition charge to the tune of $1M, and it was only the Advocating a Terrorist Act charge for which he was not granted bail.In the meantime, this newspaper was also told that, apart from moving to the High Court, Hinckson’s lawyers are prepared to take the matter to the Caribbean Court of Justice.Hinckson, 64, of Meadow Brook Gardens, was charged on March 11 last with sedition and advocating the commission of terrorist acts.The charges stemmed from statements he made at a City Hall public forum.The prosecution is contending that Hinckson uttered a seditious speech to the public news media for the purpose of bringing hatred or contempt to the President/Government, or to promote public disorder.
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