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Manslaughter by Negligence

Jasmine Hartin sentenced to pay a $75,000 fine for the death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott

The Manslaughter by Negligence case against Canadian national Jasmine Hartin, 33, over the death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott has ended with a sentence requiring her to pay $75,000. Justice Ricardo Sandcroft handed down the sentencing in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, May 31st.  Hartin has 12 months to pay this amount or serve a year in prison. In addition to the fine, Hartin must complete 300 hours of community service at the YMCA Belize and produce a video about the consequences of drinking and making bad decisions.

Jasmine Hartin pleads guilty to Manslaughter by Negligence in the death of Supt. Henry Jemmott

On Tuesday, April 25th, Canadian national Jasmine Hartin, 33, the ex-partner of Lord Michael Ashcroft’s son Andrew, pled guilty to the Manslaughter by Negligence...

Jasmine Hartin’s “Manslaughter by Negligence” trial to begin in April

Canadian national Jasmine Hartin was back at the Supreme Court in Belize City on Tuesday, September 27th, for a case management hearing on her Manslaughter by Negligence charge for the death of Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott.

Jasmine Hartin indicted at Supreme Court; Manslaughter by Negligence case continues in September

On Thursday, July 14th, Jasmine Hartin was formally charged at the Supreme Court in Belize City with Manslaughter by Negligence in the shooting death of Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott. According to court reports, she pled not guilty. Supreme Court Justice Ricardo Sandcroft detailed strict measures, particularly regarding the media, as Hartin’s trial proceeds. The matter was adjourned to September 27th for case management.

Jasmine Hartin’s Manslaughter by Negligence case moves to Supreme Court

Jasmine Hartin was at the San Pedro Magistrate Court on Thursday, March 31st, for a preliminary inquiry of the Manslaughter by Negligence charge against her for the shooting death of police superintendent Henry Jemmott. The PI session inside the courtroom included an overview of the evidence tying Hartin to the incident. A trial will now take place, and Hartin was ordered to present herself at the opening of the next session of the Supreme Court in Belize City on June 13, 2022.

Jasmine Hartin receives full disclosure for Manslaughter by Negligence charge

On Wednesday, March 9th, Jasmine Hartin, the Canadian National currently facing a Manslaughter by Negligence charge for the shooting death of Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott, has received full disclosure of the case. After reporting to her hearing at the San Pedro Magistrate Court, she shared that after reading the first half of this disclosure, an 81-page document provided in October 2021, she found plenty of ‘shocking’ surprises. While Hartin is yet to read the other half of the disclosure, 78 pages, and three DVDs, she says the process has been very interesting so far.

Jasmine Hartin misses court hearing due to COVID-19

On Wednesday, February 16th, Jasmine Hartin was a no show at the San Pedro Magistrate Court for the remainder of the disclosure in the case of Manslaughter by Negligence against her. She could not attend because she reportedly is infected with COVID-19, and the hearing was adjourned. Hartin is to face a trial for the shooting death of Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott.

Back at the Magistrate Court: Jasmine Hartin trials adjourned

Jasmine Hartin was back at the San Pedro Magistrate Court on Tuesday, October 5th, for disclosure on her charge of Manslaughter by Negligence in the shooting death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott. This matter was adjourned to December 9, 2021. Hartin was also provided with disclosure on two additional charges, Possession of a Control Drug and Common Assault. She will return to court regarding these two charges on February 16, 2022.