The two-day anti-doping hearing involving West Indies and Jamaica left-handed batsman John Campbell & the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) ended recently at an undisclosed location in Kingston.
The matter, which is being heard by the Kent Gammon-chaired three-member independent anti-doping disciplinary panel, was held behind closed doors.
Both legal teams Ayana Thomas and Mark-Paul Cowan for Campbell and Andre Sheckleford, who is prosecuting the case for JADCO, are now expected to hand in written submissions by September 1 with oral submissions to follow four days later on September 5.
28-year-old Campbell, who is alleged to have refused to provide a sample to JADCO’s Doping Control Officers (DCO) on April 20, is facing the possibility of a maximum 4-year-ban.
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