Scolding for run-in with court marshals

Next time, ask a question. That was the advice from Acting Magistrate Alison Burke to Tremaine Tonito Jemmott, who found himself before the District “A” Traffic Court after a run-in with a court marshal earlier this week.

The 31-year-old life underwriter, of Lewis Gap, Green Hill, St Michael, had just pleaded guilty to hindering court marshal Rashade White in the performance of his functions on Wednesday.

Jemmott said the marshals came to his house to serve him with a summons.

“The details of it were unfamiliar to me so I was inquiring because a lot of people use my car,” Jemmott told the court. However, he said, the marshal dropped the summons at his feet and left. He said he went inside, put down some items and went back to talk to the marshal. (HLE)


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