Matthews v State

JurisdictionTrinidad & Tobago
Date2001
Year2001
CourtCourt of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
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7 cases
  • R v Maharaj; and other appeals
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • Invalid date
  • Tiwari v State of Trinidad and Tobago
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 29 May 2002
    ... ... The issue has been determined by the Court of Appeal in its judgment in Matthews v The State (unreported), on 1 December 2000; Court of Appeal of Trinidad and Tobago (Cr A No 99 of 1999). The court decided that a failure by a magistrate to comply with section 18 did not necessarily render a subsequent conviction after a trial a nullity. In the course of delivering the judgment ... ...
  • R v Perez
    • Cayman Islands
    • Grand Court (Cayman Islands)
    • 23 March 2009
    ...conviction after trial must be quashed. The issue has been determined by the Court of Appeal in its judgment in Matthews v. State ([2001] 3 LRC 400). The court decided that a failure by a magistrate to comply with s.18 did not necessarily render a subsequent conviction after a trial a nulli......
  • Arden Blackman v The Attorney-General
    • Barbados
    • High Court (Barbados)
    • 16 December 2020
    ...on to consider the actual consequence of any breach of due process on the fairness of the proceedings. This position is illustrated by Matthews v The State 20, which discusses Neill v North Antrim Magistrate's Court, 21 both examined further below. Matthews v The State 22 (i) The Trinidad a......
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