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Bigger Biggs returns to court tomorrow to answer traffic charges

Bigger Biggs returns to court tomorrow to answer traffic charges

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Business man Leon “Bigger Biggs” Samuel will return to court tomorrow, Wednesday to answer four traffic charges brought against him.{{more}}

When Samuel, CEO and director of Bigger Trucking and Blocks Construction Company Limited, appeared in court on September 17, he pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with a road sign that said “No Parking,” obstructing the free flow of traffic, failing to remove his vehicle PR 382, which was parked on a public road, and wilfully allowing his vehicle to stay on the road to cause obstruction of traffic.

The businessman was at the time, staging a one-man picket of the office of Attorney General Judith Jones-Morgan at Granby Street, to protest what he believed to be the dragging of feet in relation to an application for permission to resume sand mining on his land at Rabacca.

That application for permission to resume aggregate mining was approved on Thursday, October 2.

Counsel Stanley John Q.C, Bayliss Frederick and Akin John represent Samuel in the matter.(KW)

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