Philip Dayle appears in Privy Council

Thu, 31 Jan 2019

The Privy Council yesterday (30.01.2019) heard arguments that the Police Service Commission in Jamaica breached fundamental rights by promoting a senior police officer, while serious allegations against him had not yet been investigated. Philip Dayle appeared for the appellant, Jamaicans for Justice, a human rights organisation based in Jamaica. He was led by Hugh Southey QC of Matrix and instructed by Simons Muirhead and Burton. 

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