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Misick case dismissed as ‘frivolous and vexatious’

Providenciales, 07 Aug 2015 – Micheal Misick’s case in the Supreme Court this week was dismissed. The Chief Justice believes the team and application led by Ralph A. Thorne, QC were, “frivolous and vexatious” as they had already been heard in court.

Thorne said this leaves Misick and others linked to their position that they are being treated unconstitutionally, especially as it relates to trial without jury, with less options for recourse.

While the CJ did not see the argument as new, Thorne in a media release said it was the first time the constitutional validity of the court, in which the trial judge had been appointed to also conduct the trial was brought to light.

The ex-Premier’s attorney shared that it is an injustice to all of the TCI what is happening with the defendants and promised that it is not over yet as the Michael Misick camp is convinced that it is completely unfair that their trials are the only ones which will be tried without a jury.

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