Anglin appears in court with no legal defence

| 02/03/2010

Cayman Islands News, Grand Cayman local news, Cayman court news(CNS): Update 6:30 am – The man who has been charged with the murder of four-year-old Jeremiah Barnes appeared in Summary Court on Monday lunchtime without an attorney. Devon Anglin (24) from West Bay (left) was brought to the courts from Northward Prison, where he is currently on remand, under heavily armed guard. Armed police officers patrolled the George Town Courthouse as members of Jeremiah’s family gathered in the area, including the child’s father. Inside the court Anglin, who is currently without legal representation, made an application for legal aid. (Photo courtesy of News 27)

Facing a murder charge, Anglin is entitled to full legal representation and magistrate Margaret Ramsey-Halegranted the legal aid certificate to facilitate the defendant’s ability to secure a lawyer. In the meantime, Anglin was remanded in custody until his next appearance, which is expected to be early next week.

The court heard broad details of the crown’s case against Anglin, including CCTV, the getaway car and gunshot residue. The court was also informed of a reported incident between Anglin and Jeremiah’s father a few weeks ago when Anglin reportedly threatened to kill Andy Barnes.

See News 27 report

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