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Matter ends in High Court Judge frees Miller
“I am very happy to be free.” These were the words of Cheryl Miller as she left the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain yesterday at the end of a habeas corpus action challenging her 15-day stay at St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital. While speaking briefly with reporters, Miller said she was unable to sleep for the past few days and a burden had been removed off her shoulders now that the matter has come to an end. In a familiar scene as in previous hearings, Miller was accompanied by her sister Doreen and many of her co-workers who attended the hearing to lend support. Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke, who was also in attendance, left the courtroom with a smile on his face and described the result as a victory. During yesterday’s hearing, Justice Peter Rajkumar, who presided in the matter, amended an earlier order which was granted by Justice Vasheist Kokaram on April 6.
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