The Principals of embattled telecommunications firms Caricel and Xtrinet Wireless Limited, had their bail extended to July 14, when they should re-appear in court.
The principals, including Directors Lowell and Minnette Lawrence, Livingston Hinds, Natalee Niel, were charged for what the Police say is a ‘conspiracy to the spectrum without a license, contrary to common law’.
They appeared before the St Andrew Parish Court in Half Way Tree, this morning.
Ms Neil was not present as she was the subject of another matter at the Appeal Court this morning.
Attorney representing Minette and Lowell Lawrence and Symbiote Investments Limited, Mario Anderson demanded that his clients travel documents not be revoked as part of their bail.
But a seemingly frustrated Senior Parish Judge Chester Crooks, warned Mr Anderson to thread lightly, and threatened to revoke the bail of all of the persons charged.
The court later agreed not to seize the travel documents of those charged.
In an interview with Nationwide News, Mr Anderson explained his position.
He’s also of the view that his clients were unlawfully arrested.
Mario Anderson, Attorney representing Minette and Lowell Lawrence and Symbiote Investments Limited.