In September, a Judge in the High Court refused Jourdain’s mother permission for her legal action against the Crown Prosecution Service to be heard. Tracey has one last chance at justice: applying for a one-day hearing in open court so that each party’s lawyers can outline their case. The court will then make a final decision: whether her legal action can proceed to trial.
Last week, Tracey John-Baptiste applied for a hearing and has now been informed that a date has been scheduled. If she takes this final opportunity to justify her claim, there is an increased risk that she could have to pay legal costs. If she does not, she will never see her daughter’s case go to trial.
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