Campbell v Guelph

JurisdictionJamaica
CourtCourt of Appeal (Jamaica)
Date1963
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6 cases
  • Terrance Amedee Applicant v The Disciplinary Committee of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force The Commissioner of Police Respondents [ECSC]
    • St Lucia
    • High Court (Saint Lucia)
    • 10 October 1994
    ...AND ANOTHER vs RAMPARGAT KATWAROO [1992] 40 WIR PAGE 287 which held that a man should be heard before decision was given. 30 CAMPBELL GUELPH [1963] 5 WIR PAGE 366 which held that "justice should not only be done, but should manifestly and undoubtedly be seen to be done." 31 Counsel argue......
  • R v Rerrie et Al
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 24 February 1988
    ...principles-on bias we were referred to R. v. Grimbsy Borough Quarter Sessions [1955] 3 All E.R. 300. Mr. Small cited and relied upon Campbell v. Guelph (1963) 5 W.I.R. 366. The Resident Magistrate for St. Andrew was trying a civil case in the course of which he remarked that he remembered t......
  • R v Rolle
    • Bahamas
    • Supreme Court (Bahamas)
    • 2 September 1994
    ...would be perceived by an accused person as being willing to listen to what the accused may have to say with an open mind 88 In Campbell v. Guelph, (1963) 5 W.I.R. 366 at a trial before a Resident Magistrate, sitting without a jury, the Resident Magistrate stated in true presence of the par......
  • R.v.Thompson
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 26 February 1990
    ...charge of a breach of the Road Traffic Law. The second conviction was upheld on appeal and the allegation of bias rejected. 11 Campbell v. Guelph (1963) 5 W.I.R. 366 ; 8 J.L.R. 143; exemplifies the circumstance where the resident magistrate having discredited a plaintiff in one case, hea......
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