R v Warwar

CourtCourt of Appeal (Jamaica)
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7 cases
  • Dick et Al v R
    • Guyana
    • Court of Appeal (Guyana)
    • 8 May 1985
    ...unable to say that in the exercise of his discretion, the learned trial judge was wrong, when he ruled against the application. See also R. v. Warwar (1969) 15 W.I.R., 298. 78 Two separate complaints but on the same topic, the tendering of a document, exhibit “O” in evidence, were raised by......
  • Rivas (Henry), Infante (Giovanni) v R
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 20 December 2002
    ...absence of an explanation, the tribunal of fact is entitled to reject the evidence of the said witness on that point or in its entirety ( R v Warwar (1970) 15 W.I.R. 298 ). The learned Resident Magistrate cannot be faulted as the tribunal of fact, in rejecting the evidence of both defence ......
  • R v Masters (Ronald), Parker (David)
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 20 December 2004
    ...the questions being raised, to follow the evidence and to judge the evidence. Such a visit is not a substitution for the evidence. 25 In R v Warwar 11 JLR 370 at p.383G Waddington P (Ag) in delivering the judgment of the Court said: "An application of this nature is essentially one which is......
  • Lawrence (Oneil), James (Carl)
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 30 July 2004
    ...of photographs as for a visit to the locus in quo. In respect of the principles to ground an application for a visit to a locus in quo see R v Warwar [1969] 15 W.I.R. 298; R v Kirk Manning SCCA No. 43/99 (unreported, delivered March 20, 2000).The pre-requisite foundation for the admissibil......
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