On Tuesday, June, 18th, 2019, MNI Media received breaking news that the High Court of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, in the matter the Queen v David S. Brandt, ordered that Attorney-at-Law Brandt be remanded into custody at Her Majesty’s Prison located in Brades, Montserrat.
Attorney-at-Law Brandt is facing several charges to include the sexual exploitation of girls under the age of 16 in a case that began back in 2015.
Upon hearing arguments from both Anesta Weekes QC for the Crown, and Karl Markham for the Defence, Justice Gareth Evans QC also ordered that the hearing for Attorney Brant be adjourned until November 18th, 2019, due to the unavailability of defence Counsel.
Bail for Brandt was revoked in a trial that was due to begin today, Tuesday, June, 18th, 2019.
More details as they become available, will be published in this ongoing high profile case.
In the meantime, see below the links to previous articles written by MNI Media on this matter:
1) The Facts Relating To The Arrest And New Charges Laid Against Attorney-At-Law David S. Brandt
2) Update: Attorney David S. Brandt Charged With Alleged Sexual Offences Towards A Minor
3) Attorney David S Brandt Speaks To MNI Alive Media Regarding Sexual Offences Charges Against Him
4) Attorney David Brandt Speaks To MNI Alive Regarding New Gun Related Arrest And Charge