Coddington Pleads Not Guilty To Threatening To Harm The Premier Of Bermuda

Appearing in Magistrate’s Court this morning was Jermaine Coddington pleading not guilty to attempting to harm politicians, including Premier David Burt, through verbal threats, in order to influence a member of the Bermuda Police Service to handle his criminal complaint in his favor on Monday, May 17.

Mr. Coddington also pleaded not guilty to a second charge of threatening to harm politicians, including Premier Burt, through a telephone message on the same date.

Mr. Coddington chose to have both of these matters tried in Magistrate’s Court as opposed to the Supreme Court.

Magistrate the Worshipful Khamisi Tokunbo adjourned the case until Monday, June 14 for directions and disclosure and released Mr. Coddington until that time on $3000 bail.
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