Local Attorneys Tout Late Justice Redhead As An Outstanding Officer of the Court

A special sitting of the High Court was convened Friday to for Montserrat to pay its last respects to fallen High Court Judge Justice Albert Redhead who died on March 4th.

The solemn, yet memorable occasion was attended by a wide cross-section of the community to include His Excellency the Governor Andrew Pearce, Honourable Premier Donaldson Romeo and other ministers of government, the Honourable Attorney General, Director of Public Prosecution, and members of the clergy among others

Friday’s sitting was a follow on to what has been dubbed the presidential-style send-off the Late Justice Redhead was afforded in Antigua last week

The Honourable Attorney General Sheree Jemmotte-Rodney was the first to pay tribute for the fallen Supreme Court Judge

Hon. Attorney General Sheree Jemmotte-Rodney

Queen’s Counsel Kenneth Allen, a close friend of Justice Redhead, spoke on his journey through the legal profession

Kenneth Allen QC

And President of the Montserrat Bar Association, Jean Kelsick, also remembers the long-standing jurist who was born in Grenada

President of the Montserrat Bar Association, Jean Kelsick