Still no bail for Yannick Lander

first_imgLocalNews Still no bail for Yannick Lander by: – April 10, 2012 Share Tweet 92 Views   3 comments Sharecenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Yannick LanderYannick Lander who has been charged for battery on Kyle David on March 20th, 2012 has been remanded for a second time by a magistrate.Lander was ordered to the Acute Psychiatric Unit (APU) of the Princess Margaret Hospital for two weeks on March 22nd by Magistrate Candia Carette-George as his attorney Zena Dyer told the Court that he was at the time “physically and mentally ill”.After the two week stay at the APU on April 5th, 2012 his application for bail was objected to by police prosecutor Michael Laudat who argued that he breached one condition of his bail which states that “he is to be of good behavior”.Lander was charged with the murder of Dwayne Pinard of Castle Comfort in 2008 and was granted bail by the High Court however the trial has not yet been commenced.It was the prosecutor’s contention that Lander ought not to have committed any other offenses while on bail however his attorney told the Court last week that her client did not breach his conditions as it did not state “do not commit any other offense”.Laudat also informed the Court that the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions would make an application to the High Court on Tuesday 10th April, 2012 regarding Lander’s breach of his bail conditions.Magistrate Candia Carette-George therefore remanded Lander into custody until the matter has been dealt with by the High Court.Another application for bail was made before magistrate Ossie Lewis on Tuesday on Lander’s behalf and this was objected to by the Laudat who informed the Court that the application for breach of bail was filed at the High Court.Magistrate Lewis ordered that Lander be remanded until the matter is reviewed by the High court.Lander also complained to Mr. Lewis that he was being made to sleep on “just a sheet on the concrete floor” and requested that his concern be noted.Mr. Lewis ordered a police officer to look investigate Lander’s claim.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img