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6 New Covid Measures in T&T Courts 

  IT’S barely more than seven months since we recorded the first case of Covid-19 on our shores. We’re experiencing different stages of weariness from the extreme protective measures being taken to prevent the transmission of this deadly virus. There is no end in sight… for the moment. The judiciary has had to adapt very […]Read More

List of Magistrates’ Courts Adjournment Dates

  THE Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago on Monday published dates of adjournments in the Magistrates Courts for matters fixed between March 17 to April 30, 2020. Unless the Court contacts either you or your attorney and directs that you attend court or you have a domestic violence, maintenance, custody or proceeds of crime case, […]Read More

All Court Locations Temporarily Closed from Friday (March 27)

  All court locations in Trinidad and Tobago will be temporarily closed from Friday (March 27). This according to a release from the Judiciary which stated: “The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago is dealing with a constantly evolving environment created by the COVID-19 virus and its effects. This is a very fluid situation and we […]Read More

PM: 357 New Jobs for Hall of Justice

Hall of Justice THE Judiciary will now have accommodation for 32 Chambers for judges and masters at the building that housed Parliament for the past eight years at Tower D at the Waterfront Towers in Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain. This according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley in a statement in Parliament at the Red House […]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