LONG ROAD AHEAD FOR PROSECUTORS IN SEETAHAL CASE, SAYS ATTORNEY

Attorney at law, Martin George says he hopes the authorities have learnt from the errors made during the State of Emergency as it relates to apprehending and subsequently prosecuting individuals with crimes, particularly those charged under the Anti-Gang Act.
Commenting on those charged with the murder of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal, Mr. George says taking into consideration the high profile nature of this case, he hopes the TTPS is in possession of evidence which proves their involvement beyond a reasonable doubt.
Speaking on Good Morning T&T, Mr. George said he foresees a long and arduous road ahead for all involved in the prosecution of those charged.
He said even though it is not a requirement of law, prosecutors would be well advised to focus on the provision of a motive for the murder of such a high profile individual.
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