Hamilton v R

JurisdictionJamaica
CourtCourt of Appeal (Jamaica)
Date1963
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5 cases
  • Gonzalez v R
    • Cayman Islands
    • Grand Court (Cayman Islands)
    • 6 March 1984
    ...(1962), 106 Sol. Jo. 197; 126 J.P. 173, distinguished. (3) Emmanuel v. CoxUNK(1967), 10 W.I.R. 560, followed. (4) Hamilton v. R.UNK(1963), 5 W.I.R. 361, distinguished. (5) Harding v. RamjattanUNK(1959), 1 W.I.R. 434, distinguished. (6) R. v. Cockshott, [1898] 1 Q.B. 582; [1895–99] All E.R. ......
  • Gill v The Queen
    • Barbados
    • Court of Appeal (Barbados)
    • 24 March 2011
    ...of that evidence. 29 In any event, counsel did not raise any objection to the admissibility of this evidence. As was stated in Hamilton v. R. (1963) 5 W.I.R. 361 at page 363, “It would not be proper use of counsel's discretion to raise no objection at the time in order to preserve a ground ......
  • Faux v R
    • Belize
    • Court of Appeal (Belize)
    • 13 March 2008
    ...Javier Ramirez v. R (Criminal Appeal No. 20 of 2005, judgment delivered 27 October 2006), a decision of this Court, and Hamilton v. R (1963) 5 W.I.R. 361, a decision of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica. 25 Ms. Branker-Taitt for the prosecution accepted that the evidence complained of was both......
  • Ramirez v R
    • Belize
    • Court of Appeal (Belize)
    • 27 October 2006
    ...for the appellant made no application to the judge to discharge the jury in view of the allegations made by Bradley. In Hamilton v. R. (1963) 5 W.I.R. 361 at p. 363. Moody JA (Ag) in delivering the judgment of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica in a case dealing with the accidental disclosure o......
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