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Jul 9, 2020

Hearing of Application for Judicial Review in the Case of Cpl Eldon Arzu Vs the ComPol Commences

Arguments were heard in the Supreme Court today on an application for judicial review filed by attorney Nazira Myles on behalf of her client Eldon Arzu. The Corporal of Police is before the courts again attempting to overturn the results of the recently elected executive of the Police Association. Myles submitted that the elections were unlawful and as a result, the outcome is to be declared null and void. Present in court today was Commissioner of Police Chester Williams and Corporal Arzu as well as recently sworn in president and vice president of the Police Association, Sergeants Jane Usher and Jermaine Hyde, respectively. The matter, which is before Justice Sonya Young, was adjourned to July sixteenth. Attorney Myles gave a brief statement following court today.


Nazira Myles

Nazira Myles, Attorney for Eldon Arzu

“As you know the matter started today in court. Arguments were made for the application for permission to file the judicial review. I have made my initial submissions and the respondent, which is the commissioner, is in the process of responding. We now took a break today where they will continue to respond next week Thursday, which is the sixteenth at one-thirty and thereafter, I will have an opportunity to respond to them.”


Chester Williams, Commissioner of Police

“The court will decide whether or not the claim is one that is frivolous and vexatious or if it is one that has merits and decide whether it goes forward or is thrown out.”

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