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Oct 5, 2021

Jasmine Hartin Given Partial Disclosure in Manslaughter by Negligence Case

There was no drama today at the San Pedro Magistrate Court when Jasmine Hartin’s legal case continued. News Five was there early this morning as Hartin waited in the lobby on the second floor of the San Pedro Police Station before she was called into the court for disclosure. No attorney accompanied her.  Around 10:30 a.m., she appeared alone before Magistrate Cristina Perera where partial disclosure was presented for the Manslaughter by Negligence charge for the killing of Superintendent Henry Jemmott in San Pedro in May. That matter was adjourned to December ninth when additional documents will be handed over to her. The Canadian national appeared was also given full disclosure for the charges of Common Assault and Possession of a Controlled Drug. As Hartin exited the court and hopped on to a golf cart, News Five asked her to comment on the proceedings.


Jasmine Hartin

Jasmine Hartin, Charged for Manslaughter by Negligence

“Sorry, I just received disclosures and it’s been adjourned.”


Duane Moody

“For three different charges right?”


Jasmine Hartin

“That’s correct.”


Duane Moody

“I think they were adjourned till later this year; at least one of them.”


Jasmine Hartin

“Yeah so later this year and early next year. But I have to speak to my lawyer first.”


For the common assault and drug charges, Hartin’s trial is set to begin on February sixteenth, 2022.

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