By SANCHESKA BROWN
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE initial Supreme Court hearing into whether the constitutional rights of FNM chairman Darron Cash have been violated will take place on Wednesday.
A constitutional motion seeking redress for the violation of his constitutional right to privacy was filed on Thursday by his attorney, Carl Bethel.
Though Mr Bethel said he had hoped to go before a judge yesterday, a Senior Justice will hear the case on Wednesday, the Tribune can confirm.
On Thursday, police raided Mr Cash’s home, seizing two laptop computers and a cellular smart phone belonging to him.
Mr Cash’s two small children were reportedly whisked away by the family’s housekeeper in an attempt to shield them from the dramatic ordeal which came as a result of an ongoing investigation into operations at the Bank of the Bahamas (BOB).