Rev Al Miller's trial to resume November 4

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rev-al-miller-and-dudus.jpgThe trial of Reverend Al Miller for harbouring a fugitive and attempting to pervert the course of justice after Christopher "Dudus" Coke was found in his vehicle in 2010 resumed Monday morning, however, his attorneys requested more time to present his defence.

The attorneys declared that they are now in receipt of the transcript of the testimony given to the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry by former Police Commissioner Owen Ellington.The attorneys say they want more time to review the material.

Miller has maintained that he held meetings with Ellington and other members of the Police High Command about bringing in Coke during the islandwide manhunt for him.

Miller's attorney Jacqueline Samuels Brown had questioned Ellington at length about the meetings at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry.

The attorney is expected to submit the transcript into evidence at the trial which will resume on November 4.