Police Service Commission intends to appeal judgement in Wendel Robinson case

Suspended Commissioner Wendell Robinson

The lawyer representing the Police Service Commission, Dr David Dorsett has given his intention to appeal a judgment today in favour of former police commissioner Wendel Robinson.

Dr Dorsette said he asked for a stay of the judgement.


The parties to return to court on Tuesday, March 30 at 11am for a continuation of the proceedings.


The Judge is expected to continue with her oral judgement and also determine whether to grant the stay being requested by Dr Dorsett.


High Court Justice Ann-Marie Smith ruled on Thursday that Robinson’s termination was unlawful.

Mr Robinson was terminated as Police Commissioner by the PSC in November 2019.

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  1. Yes appeal because its not them paying the legal fees its the taxlayers of Antigua and Barbuda. Sometimes its just best to let things go. Just give the man what is his and let it go. Antigua and Barbuda is already cash strap as it is due to covid why continue to fight a losing battle that is going hurt the taxpayers. SMDH

  2. I would hate to think that an employer cannot dismiss an employee for any dissatisfaction with him or any perceived unacceptable behaviour. The employer must however pay the employee all the benefits owed.

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