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New Public Defender Sworn In

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New Public Defender Sworn In

The Office of the Public Defender was established in 2000 to investigate and seek redress on behalf of Jamaicans whose Constitutional rights have been violated. King’s Counsel, Carolyn Reid-Cameron, has been sworn in as Public Defender by Governor General, Sir Patrick Allen. Mrs. Reid-Cameron is the second woman to be appointed to the post. She previously served as Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions before entering private practice in 1996. 

Presented by: Jermi-Lee Nelson
Jermi-Lee Nelson
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