Spencer v Bramble

JurisdictionTrinidad & Tobago
Date1960
Year1960
CourtSupreme Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
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4 cases
  • Anthony v Thomas
    • Guyana
    • High Court (Guyana)
    • 16 May 1995
    ...I doubt very much that we can take notice of the contents of this affidavit, I will nonetheless proceed as if we can so do (see Spencer v. Bramble (1960) 2 W.I.R. 222 and Mark v. Pile (1962) 5 W.I.R. 230). 10 In Spencer v. Bramble, where a similar situation arose, Blagden, J had this to say......
  • Papin v Wilson
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 10 June 1974
    ...the affidavit should be admitted in evidence and received in support of the grounds of appeal of the appellant. 5 This Court decided in Spencer v. Bramble (1960) 2 W.I.R. 222, that if an appellant had, through his own fault, failed to take advantage of the opportunity given to him to defend......
  • Anthony v Thomas
    • Guyana
    • High Court (Guyana)
    • Invalid date
  • Mark v Pile
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 12 November 1962
    ...right arises when the conviction offends against natural justice in the defendant was given no opportunity to he heard. And the case of Spencer v. Bramble (1960) 2 W.I.R. 222 went a stage further and, as we think, quite properly decided that even when he has had an opportunity to be heard b......

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