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  • Nandlall said the scales of justice had always been tilted in favour of the accused if the law is carefully examined and he referred to the right of an accused to appeal his conviction; the fact that the accused is presumed innocent and the burden of proof being solely on the prosecution.

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  • However, Nandlall referred to the legislation as necessary in the interest of justice being served both sides - the defence and the prosecution.

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  • Nandlall had accused the AFC of flouting a number of procedural requirements and called on the court to declare the petition a nullity and or alternatively, strike it out.

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  • "The law is the law," Nandlall said yesterday shortly after the ruling.

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  • "I had the authorities to support my arguments and they all pointed to the fact that non-compliance with the law is fatal," Nandlall said.

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  • Previously, Nandlall argued that the specific petition before Justice Chang invoked a special jurisdiction of the court as expressly created by Article 163 of the Constitution.

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  • Nandlall had accused the AFC of flouting a number of procedural requirements and called on the court to declare the petition a nullity and or alternatively, strike it out.

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  • Previously, Nandlall argued that the specific petition before Justice Chang invoked a special jurisdiction of the court as expressly created by Article 163 of the Constitution.

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  • "I had the authorities to support my arguments and they all pointed to the fact that non-compliance with the law is fatal," Nandlall said.

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  • "The law is the law," Nandlall said yesterday shortly after the ruling.

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