Trial date set for Rev. Al Miller
The trial of Reverend Al Miller, on a charge of perverting the course of justice, is scheduled for November.
Miller's two-day trial has been set for November 6 and 7.
The way was cleared for the trial to begin when Senior Puisne Judge Gloria Smith threw out an application brought by Miller.
He was seeking to have the Judicial Review Court bar Resident Magistrate Georgiana Fraser from trying the case.
The charge against Reverend Miller stems from an incident in which he was found transporting then fugitive Christopher Dudus Coke, along the Mandela Highway.
Miller had argued that there could have been bias, as RM Fraser signed the arrest warrant for Coke and presided when he waived his right to an extradition hearing.
However, Justice Smith ruled earlier this month that there was no likelihood of apparent bias on the part of the RM in the trial matter, pertaining to Miller.