Meanwhile in more Court news, a ruling is expected to be delivered next week in the matter involving three Police officers charged with the murder of Joshua Etienne of Portsmouth.
Court Reporter, Carlisle Jno Baptiste, has more details.
Etienne was found dead in police cells in Portsmouth on July 4, 2014, one day after he was arrested for alleged ammunition possession. An autopsy on his body revealed serious injuries including several broken bones and a punctured organ, among others.
Five Police officers were initially facing charges of murder for the incident. Charges against Sergeant Hayden Morgan , were later withdrawn.
The DPP had undertaken a review of the evidence against Morgan and at a hearing on July 28th 2015 informed the court that "the State was offering no further evidence against him in the matter".
Morgan was the senior officer stationed at the Portsmouth station but was asleep when the incident reportedly took place.
Meanwhile, officer Orlan Vigille, was granted bail after his charge was reduced to manslaughter.
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