Black (Albert) v R

CourtCourt of Appeal (Bahamas)
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5 cases
  • Melanson Harris Marvin Joseph Appellants v The Queen Respondent [ECSC]
    • Antigua and Barbuda
    • Court of Appeal (Antigua and Barbuda)
    • 17 March 1997
    ...of evidence of certain prosecution witness, including a minor -'Serious' inconsistencies in fourteen year old witness' statements - Black v R (1989) 42 WIR 1 (Bahamas C.A.) considered - State v Mootoosammy & Budhoo (1974) 22 WIR 83, Daken v R (1964) 7 WIR applied -Alleged irregularity in th......
  • Greene v The State
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 30 January 2006 Because a truthful witness will maintain a line of consistency on facts within the knowledge of that witness.” 91 In Black v. R [(1989) 42 W.I.R. 1], the appellant was tried for murder. At his trial three key witnesses gave evidence which was inconsistent with written statements which ......
  • Pedro Davis v The Director of Public Prosecution
    • Bahamas
    • Court of Appeal (Bahamas)
    • 14 February 2022
    ...if all was believed, was so weak, tenuous or insufficient, that it would not yield a lawful conviction.” 13 And later; As was stated in Black (Albert) v R (1989) 42 WIR 1 at page 5: “In our opinion, unless the evidence of a witness has, in the view of the trial judge, been so discredited b......
  • Clarke (Stafford) v Attorney-General
    • Bahamas
    • Supreme Court (Bahamas)
    • Invalid date
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