The anti-doping disciplinary hearing for Jamaica and West Indies opening batsman John Campbell has been adjourned until July 19.
This follows Wednesday’s one-hour virtual preliminary sitting which was handled by the Kent Gammon chaired three-member Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel.
Both legal teams were instructed to submit witness statements to the disciplinary panel by next Tuesday, July 12.
The Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) is being represented by attorney Andre Sheckleford, while Campbell appeared with attorney mark Paul Cowan.
It is alleged that the left-handed batsman refused to provide a sample to the JADCO Doping Control Officer (DCO) who visited his home in Kingston on April 20.
As a result, Campbell is faced with the anti-doping violation of “evading, refusing or failing to submit to sample collection, which carries a maximum sanction of a 4-year ban.
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