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Berthill Fox v Regina (No 2): PC 11 Mar 2002

(Saint Christopher and Nevis) The appellant had been convicted of murder, for which the penalty was death. He claimed that the sentence was an infringement of his constitutional and human rights. The constitution declared that it prevailed over all other laws, and guaranteed certain fundamental rights and freedoms. Though it allowed for the possibility of … Continue reading Berthill Fox v Regina (No 2): PC 11 Mar 2002