In a commentary which underlined support for the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Valston Graham taking action to combat “conduct unbecoming of a magistrate, former Chief Medical Officer Dr. Patrick Martin made an informative tie between the workplace and one’s health and personal development.
Dr. Martin said that he satisfied that the Office of the DPP correctly asserted and validated the independence and professionalism of Caribbean justice. The principle of separation of powers is alive and working; albeit partially, pending the necessary division between the executive and the legislature.
“Only a selectively deaf legal practitioner could claim to be unaware of the recurring pyroclastic flows of overlord behavior spewing from on high,” he added.
The former CMO also while expounding on the relationship between the workplace and a person’s health noted that the DPP was ultimately championing the cause of quality health for his staff.
Dr. Martin also indicated that there was a direct relationship between justice and the country’s prosperity.
The DPP had temporarily removed prosecutorial services from Magistrate Donna Harris court, after an incident with an incident which was seen as the proverbial “straw that broke the camel’s back.”