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Update on Jasmine Hartin’s Murder Trial

Canadian socialite Jasmine Hartin is yet to go to trial for the killing of police superintendent Henry Jemmott. Hartin has been given almost 100 pages of disclosure. She stands accused of fatlly shooting Jemmott on May twenty-eighth 2021 while the two were on a pier in San Pedro Town. Her attorney Richard “Dickie” Bradley gave us an update

Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney at Law: “Jasmine goes to the Supreme Court I think on the 13th or 15th of January but that is only the date that the magistrate says you report to that court on that date. That court will decide whether or not she is on the docket or if she has to wait for another session. The Supreme Court by session it’s not like the Magistrate Court where they go 24/7 from January to December they have a January session, a June, and August one. So tentatively she is simply to report to the Supreme Court so they can see if she is listed as one of the persons who then get in the line for a trial.” 

Reported: But is that expected that this trial will actually start soon? I mean given- 

Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney at Law: “No it’s not expected. She can’t jump the line.” 

Reporter: Because the family’s position will be justice delayed is justice denied. I mean how many years will it take for us to have this thing go to trial. 

Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney at Law:  “I’m hoping by the end of the year.” 

Reported: OK because that backlog issue remains an issue.

Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney at Law: “Yes that’s no fault of Jasmine’s. No fault of hers, certainly no fault of her lawyers.”