False Declaration Case Moved to High Court

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Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – False Declaration Case Moved to High Court: The case against a St. James man, who is alleged to have gone to the Granville Police Station and impersonated his brother, who has a matter before the court, has moved to the St. James Circuit Court.

Presiding judge Sandria Wong-Small committed the matter when Otis Taylor appeared before her in the lower court on Wednesday to answer to the charge of making a false declaration.

As part of the committal proceedings, the judge granted him bail in the sum of $100,000 with two sureties and set the matter for September 18 when he will appear before the High Court.

Taylor, who hails from Fairfield in the parish, is charged for making a false statement. He is represented by attorney-at-law Oneil Brown.

Reports are that on April 17, 2017, the accused man visited the Granville Police Station to report as a condition of bail on behalf of his brother, who has a matter before the court. During the reporting process, the officer observed that Taylor was not the person who had the matter before the court. He was arrested and charged.

 


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