Supreme Court reserves judgment in Tesha Miller lawsuit against the State

A Supreme Court judge has reserved judgement until December 3 in a lawsuit brought against the State by accused gang leader Tesha Miller.
Miller, who gave testimony in court on Monday, has sued the State for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution.
This followed the acquittal of Miller on robbery and gun related charges several years ago.
He was convicted and sentenced to 15 years for robbing a man of his vehicle at gunpoint in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
He was later acquitted by the Appeal Court.
Miller is now in custody awaiting trial for the 2007 murder of Douglas Chambers, who was managing director of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC).

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