(Jamaica Observer) Beenie Man is scheduled to be sentenced in the St Elizabeth Parish Court today after pleading guilty on April 19 for breaching the Disaster Risk Management Act.
An additional charge of breaching the Noise Abatement Act was thrown out during the deejay’s last court appearance.
The Disaster Risk Management Act is currently a tool in the Government’s kit in fighting against the spread of the novel coronavirus.
His attorney-at-law Roderick Gordon remains optimistic and is hoping to share their side of the story.
“We look forward to giving our side of the circumstances that led to the charge. And we believe that once the court hears the full facts, they will understand Mr Davis’s position in the matter,” Gordon told the Jamaica Observer.