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Justice Seepersad Calls for Immigration Reform Awards Gambian Man $500K

  By Prior Beharry A High Court judge has called for Trinidad and Tobago legislators to formalise a policy for immigration with clear and cohesive legislation. Justice Frank Seepersad made the comment in awarding $500,000 to a Gambian national who was detained at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) for more than 13 months. Mustapha Touray […]Read More

QC Fined $2.25M for Role in Corruption Case

A Trinidad and Tobago court has ordered Jamaican-born Queen’s Counsel Vincent Nelson to pay TT$2.25 million in fines for the role he played an alleged conspiracy with former TT attorney general Anand Ramlogan and former UNC senator Gerald Ramdeen. He was sentenced by Justice Malcolm Holdip on Monday. The judge agreed to a non-custodial sentence […]Read More

Judiciary Slams Ramdeen: CourtMail is No Failure

THE Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago has slammed attorney Gerald Ramdeen for stating that its electronic mechanism called CourtMail has failed. In a release on Saturday, the Judiciary described as “patently untrue” statements made by Ramdeen. Read full release: The Judiciary denounces as patently untrue the statements made by Mr Gerald Ramdeen as reported in […]Read More

Ex-UNC Senator makes Bid to Stop Sale of Pointe-Pierre Refinery

  A former United National Congress senator is trying to stop the sale of the Petrotrin refinery in Pointe-a-Pierre through a constitutional motion filed in the High Court. Wayne Sturge, an attorney, filed that matter against the failure of the Minister of Finance Colm Imbert, as the chairman of the Joint Select Committee (JSC) on […]Read More