Prominent sports attorney Paul Greene, has expressed confidence that a recent accusation of an anti-doping allegation against Jamaican 400 meters runner, Kaliese Spencer will be thrown out the window.
The Commonwealth Games champion has been accused by the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) of attempted to evade its doping control officers to avoid being tested when she trained as a member of the Cameron Blazers Racing Group.
A hearing into her alleged anti-doping violation hearing is expected to get underway on May 15.
Spencer appeared before an Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel during a preliminary hearing at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston last Wednesday.
Attorney Kent Gammon, Dr Donovan Calder and Heron Dale are the members of the disciplinary panel. JADCO has promised to hand over case documents to Greene by April 12. He is expected to respond by April 28.