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Covid-19 Threat: Most Court Hearings Suspended

ALL court cases in Trinidad and Tobago are suspended except domestic violence and other cases and those deemed fit for hearing. The measures to limit court attendance takes effect from March 16 to April 17 due to the Covid-19 threat. In Practice Directions published in the TT Gazette on Monday, Chief Justice Ivor Archie said […]Read More

Police Commissioner Not Happy after Teen with 9 High-Powered Guns

  POLICE Commissioner is asking those in authority to consider the minimal bail clause after a 19-year-old man was granted bail after he was charged for being in the possession of nine high-powered rifles. A release stated that the individual was granted $500,000 bail. It stated: “Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith is to­day fer­vent­ly ap­peal­ing […]Read More

McDonald Common-law Husband Still Can’t Secure His Bail

PORT-OF-SPAIN – CORRUPTION accused Michael Carew, the long-time companion of former public administration minister Marlene McDonald, is still to access the bail he was granted last week Monday. Carew, 72, McDonald, 61, as well as Wayne Anthony, 66, Victor McEachrane, 65 and Edgar Zephyrine, 75, have been charged with corruption and money laundering offences and […]Read More