High Court ammunitions case involving Elmer Nah adjourned

High Court ammunitions case involving Elmer Nah adjourned

The trial surrounding ammunition charges against Elmer Nah, Epifania Caliz and Manuel Caliz was adjourned today in the High Court.  Epifania, who is Nah’s common-law-spouse, took the witness stand today before Justice Baja Shoman.  She had declared that when Police stopped and searched the Nissan vehicle the three accused were in, she had documented the incident, via video, on her phone.  As the court prepared to play the video, Prosecutor Alifa Elrington objected due to what she feels was a conflict of interest.  The conflict of interest was based on the fact that Epifania is both a witness and a defendant in the matter.  The matter was adjourned in order to have the parties, including Justice Shoman, research the possible conflict.  The case surrounds an incident in November 2021 where the vehicle the trio was in, was searched, and yielded several ammunition was found.  Manuel Caliz is represented by Attorney Leeroy Banner while Epifania Caliz is represented by Attorney Dickie Bradley.  Elmer Nah is unrepresented.  The crown is represented by the Head of Prosecution Branch, Alifah Elrington.

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