Judicial fiasco* - EntornoInteligente

Entornointeligente.com / Despite the juicy scandals surrounding the Trump presidency, this column opts to return to the ongoing saga of the judiciary as there has been several new developments since this column paused on the topic two weeks ago. On Thursday the issue of whether Marcia Ayers-Caesar actually resigned from the magistracy resurfaced as both the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and several defence attorneys objected to her 53 part-heard matters being aborted and restarted before Acting Chief Magistrate Maria Busby Earle-Caddle. The DPP’s office and the attorneys are questioning whether the Acting Chief Magistrate has the jurisdiction to hear the part-heard matters left by Ms Ayers-Caesar if she had not resigned.

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eldiscoduro.com
But why is the resignation of Ms Ayers-Caesar so difficult to determine? Certainly, if she had resigned there would be a resignation letter or some related act which effected the resignation.

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mundinews.com
Unless proof of the resignation is provided, the legitimacy of the Acting Chief Magistrate would naturally come into question. 

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