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Digital copy of Exhibit GP61: Royal Court Judgement in the case of Applicant Graham Power and Respondent the Minister for Home Affairs in the matter of the second notice of application by Graham Power QPM, Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police, for leave to institute judicial review proceedings dated 24 March 2009. Before Commissioner A J [Julian Anthony] Clyde-Smith and Jurats Le Breton and Clapham. States that the Solicitor General appeared for the Minister [of Home Affairs]. Used as evidence in relation to Graham Power's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 23 February 2015 [C/D/AW4/B2/16/WS000536].
Date: September 8th 2009 - September 8th 2009
Digital copy of Exhibit GP64: Letter from Graham Power to Judicial Greffe Michael N de la Haye regarding Administrative Decisions (Review) (Jersey) Law 1982, Hearing to be held on Wednesday 16 September 2009. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Graham Power's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 23 February 2015 [C/D/AW4/B2/16/WS000536].
Date: September 11th 2009 - September 11th 2009
Digital copy of the Judgement laid in the Royal Court by the Bailiff in the matter of the Constable of the Parish of St Helier; the Representation of the Attorney General referring to the Court the question of whether it is appropriate for the Constable to remain in office in the light of a failure to comply with statutory requirements regarding the investigation of complaints against the Honorary Police. Heard before Bailiff Sir Philip Bailhache, Jurat de Veulle, Jurat Le Ruez, Jurat [Michael] Rumfitt, Jurat Potter, Jurat Le Brocq, Jurat [John] Tibbo, Jurat Bullen, Jurat [John] Le Breton, Jurat Georgelin, and Jurat Herbert. Notes presence of the Solicitor General, and Advocate A J Olsen's representation for the Constable of St Helier [Robert Lester Le Brocq]. For Robert Le Brocq's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 27 August 2014, see C/D/AW4/B2/27/WS000541.
Date: February 27th 2001 - February 27th 2001
Digital copy of Letter from Timothy Le Cocq to Attorney General William Bailhache regarding Thomas Hamon. [Some details redacted]. For Timothy Le Cocq's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 25 January 2016, see C/D/AW4/B2/29/WS000702.
Date: October 14th 2005 - October 15th 2005
Digital copy of Exhibit TLC2: Judgement laid in the Royal Court between Plaintiff Stuart Syvret, and Defendants Chief Minister [Terry Le Sueur], States Employment Board, States of Jersey, and Her Majesty's Attorney General by the Commissioner in the matter of an Application by the Defendants to strike out the Plaintiff's Order of Justice, and in the matter of an Application by the Plaintiff that the Commissioner recuse himself. Heard before Commissioner J P C Sumption, Esq., Q.C. Refers to presence of Solicitor H [Howard] Sharp acting for the Defendants, and Advocate R J C Wakeham's action as amicus curiae. Used in relation to Timothy Le Cocq's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 25 January 2016, see C/D/AW4/B2/29/WS000702.
Date: June 20th 2011 - June 20th 2011
Digital copy of Attorney General v. R [1995 JLR 315]. Used by Dr Philip Michael Johnson in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 25 July 2014 [C/D/AW6/A/EE000035].
Date: October 4th 1995 - October 4th 1995
Jersey Judgements; The Jersey Judgements contain the published judgments of the Royal Court and the appeal courts from 1950-1984. They are continued in the Jersey Law Reports from 1985 and are concerned with matters of lasting legal importance which have been selected from the court records for additional editing, research and indexing.
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Jersey Law Reports; The Jersey Law Reports contain the published judgments of the Royal Court and the appeal courts from 1985 onwards. They continue the series of Jersey Judgments published by the Royal Court from 1950 to 1984 and are concerned with matters of lasting legal importance which have been selected from the court records for additional editing, research and indexing.