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Dottin to testify

Former Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin was expected to take the stand when the fourth consecutive day of hearings in the police promotions civil matter continued today.

Former Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin.

Former Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin.

However, several of the attorneys who appear in the matter, spent the better part of the day before another High Court judge.

When, by 2:30 p.m. the attorneys were still not available, Justice Margaret Reifer, who is hearing the matter in the No. 2 Supreme Court, adjourned it until tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.

Fourteen Royal Barbados Police Force officers are challenging a decision where they were up for promotion in 2012, but had their names struck from the list.

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