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Counsel must be competent to deal with death penalty matters

The death penalty process in terms of its constitutional motions and challenges depends on the strength and independence of the Courts.

“That’s the lynchpin of the process and one has to ask the question, ‘Are the judiciaries in the Caribbean in such a position that we can say that they are sufficiently strong and independent?’.”

Attorney-at-law Gregory Delzin posed this question while speaking at Greater Caribbean’s for Life World Day Against Death Penalty webinar Saturday, October 10.
Delzin was among the panellists including Archbishop Jason Gordon, Antiguan and Barbudan attorney Dr David Dorsett and Kevin Rivera-Medina, attorney, and president of the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty.

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