Privy Council quashes sentence for lack of due process

Francis FitzGibbon QC and Sarah Elliott (instructed by Parvais Jabbar at Simons Muirhead & Burton) win an appeal to the Privy Council, about a 25 year sentence that was passed by the Bahamas Court of Appeal, without the appellant having an opportunity to make submissions. This is an important case about due process in appeal proceedings.


The judgment is available here.

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