There was another adjournment yesterday when the judicial review of Magistrate Graveney Bannister’s decision in his Coroner’s Inquest into the death of Warren Mottley came up for hearing in the No. 6 Supreme Court.
This time the adjournment was to allow lead attorneys to iron out issues “pertinent to the resolution to the application for judicial review”, said Justice Shona Griffith.
It was on December 23, last year, that Magistrate Bannister found that the conduct of the two doctors who treated Warren Mottley amounted to a criminal act.
In addition he determined there was “gross” negligence exhibited by Dr Sahle Griffith and anaesthesiologist Dr Nigel Farnum in Mottley’s care and that junior doctors could not be blamed. (HLE)