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CCJ gives guidance on unfair dismissal in Barbados appeal

(PRESS RELEASE) – In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed an appeal against the finding of unfair dismissal and partly allowed the appeal against compensation in the matter of Chefette Restaurants Limited v Orlando Harris [2020] CCJ 6 (AJ). Additionally, the CCJ ordered that 75% of the Respondent’s costs be paid by the Appellant, Chefette ...

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CCJ commemorates 15 years

(PRESS RELEASE) – Today, 16 April 2020, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) marks 15 years of serving the region. Admittedly, while our current global environment is a sombre one as we fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, we feel it necessary to acknowledge this milestone and the work of all the employees from around the region that have contributed, presently ...

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CCJ issues new COVID-19 practice directions

(PRESS RELEASE) – In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic and the emergency situation in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the Seat of the Court, and in the other jurisdictions of CARICOM, the Caribbean Court of Justice has issued a new Practice Direction. The Practice Direction which provides guidelines as to how the Court will function during ...

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Man who threatened to kill PM Chastanet granted $6,500 bail

(St. Lucia News Online) — A fisherman from Canaries who was charged for threatening to kill Prime Minister Allen Chastanet in a video that went viral on social media, was granted bail when he appeared in court this week, according to law enforcement sources. Steve Kowan Alexander, alias “Silver”, was granted bail in the sum of $3,500 for threatening words ...

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CCJ rules that appellants cannot bypass the Court of Appeal

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has ruled that, in its appellate jurisdiction, it can only hear appeals from judgments delivered by the Court of Appeal. The Court’s judgment was handed down in Knox v Deane and others, a dispute that has a long history in the courts of Barbados. In this latest round of litigation, a ...

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Update: Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court arrangements during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

(PRESS RELEASE) – Further to the press release dated 19th March 2020, this serves as an update on the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court’s response to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic affecting our region. In recent weeks, we have witnessed unprecedented changes to the daily lives of citizens and residents of the Eastern Caribbean as Governments of the Court’s Member States and ...

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CCJ response to COVID-19

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) continues to closely monitor the current global situation in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the guidance of the local Ministries of Health and National Security and in order to ensure the safety of our staff members, visitors and stakeholders, we have taken the following measures: 1. Postponement of 12th CCJ ...

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CCJ issues its first advisory opinion on freedom of movement

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ)) on Wednesday last, provided its first advisory opinion concerning the interpretation and application of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas (RTC). The CARICOM Heads had requested the Court’s advice on two specific questions relating to freedom of movement within the Community. The questions concerned a decision by the Heads: a) to enlarge ...

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Statement by the chief justice on the ECSC’s response to COVID-19

Statement by Her Ladyship the Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereira DBE on the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court’s Response to COVID-19 As you would all be aware, on 11th March 2020, the Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. More recently, the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) upgraded the risk of disease transmission to ...

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St Lucia ranked 36 out of 128 countries on Rule of Law, rising two positions

(PRESS RELEASE) – The World Justice Project (WJP) today released the WJP Rule of Law Index® 2020, an annual report based on national surveys of more than 130,000 households and 4,000 legal practitioners and experts around the world. The WJP Rule of Law Index measures rule of law performance in 128 countries and jurisdictions across eight primary factors: Constraints on ...

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Second District Court in Vieux Fort relocated

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Justice is pleased to inform the public that the Second District Court based in the south of the island, has been relocated from the Administrative Building on Theodore Street. The Second District Court Office is now operating from the former police station on Commercial Street in Vieux Fort. The relocation became effective on Friday, ...

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Halls of Justice project still on the table says Minister

(PRESS RELEASE) – Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Senator the Honourable Hermangild Francis says government is forging ahead with plans to construct the Halls of Justice and Police Headquarters. Minister Francis says despite challenges from the inception, there is a very real need for the provision of modern, physical infrastructure for an integrated Supreme Court and Magistracy. ...

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Global Affairs Canada and Canada-funded justice sector projects hold stakeholder consultations

(PRESS RELEASE) – Global Affairs Canada and the Canadian-funded Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) and the Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Projects held a joint regional stakeholders’ consultation on February 4-5, 2020. The consultation aimed to have stakeholders of the two projects come together to reflect on the progress the projects have made since 2014; ...

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Meeting to discuss the IMPACT Justice Draft Model Insolvency Legislation

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Canada funded Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) Project hosted a ‘Meeting to Discuss the IMPACT Justice Draft Model Insolvency Bill’ on January 17-18, 2020 at the Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business & Management at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. The IMPACT Justice Project is implemented ...

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German judicial scan commends Caribbean Court of Justice

(PRESS RELEASE) – A recent study conducted by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the German corporation for international co-operation, found a high level of confidence in the integrity and independence of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). The Judicial Integrity Scan also commended the Court for its institutional design, organisational capacities and the competencies of the staff. The study ...

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NOTICE: Closure of Family Court

(PRESS RELEASE) – Please be advised that in order to facilitate mold remediation and deep cleaning, the services offered by the Family Court will not be available from Friday, January 10, 2020 at 2 p.m. – Monday, January 20, 2020 except payments for maintenance fees. These payment can be made at the Civil Status Registry on Brazil Street, Castries. The ...

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St. Lucia’s attorney general thanks IMPACT Justice, hopes for more collaborations

(PRESS RELEASE) — Between July 3-5, 2019, IMPACT Justice, a project funded by the Government of Canada under a Contribution Agreement with the UWI, Cave Hill Campus, sponsored a workshop on the preparation of drafting instructions by senior civil servants entitled “Sound Policy for Better Law” in partnership with the Attorney General’s Chambers. The Hon. Attorney General Stephen Julien was ...

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Resident judge in Saint Lucia among two judges appointed to UN Dispute Tribunal

The 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly recently elected two Caribbean nationals, Justice Francis Belle of Barbados and Justice Eleanor Donaldson-Honeywell of Trinidad and Tobago, to serve 7 year terms of office on the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) as half-time judges. The appointments took effect on July 10, 2019. UNDT half-time judges serve on rotation in New ...

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Freedom of movement application fails at CCJ

Port of Spain, Trinidad — CARICOM citizens have important rights but to exercise these rights clear documentary evidence of their nationality is required. This was the outcome of the case of Bain vs. Trinidad and Tobago, that was decided today by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Mr Bain, a citizen of both Grenada and the United States of America, ...

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Class action lawsuit filed against Sandals in US “baseless”

(PRESS RELEASE) — The class action lawsuit recently filed against Sandals in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida is baseless, both in fact and law, and will be vigorously defended by Sandals. The assertion that Sandals has not paid taxes due to the government is categorically false. We are proud to be the Caribbean’s largest private ...

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Commercial Division of the High Court recorded another successful year

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Commercial Division of the Registry of the High Court has been in operation from January 19, 2016. The Commercial Court has reported a steady increase in the number of fillings over the last three years from 44 cases in 2016 to 100 cases in 2018. The division believes this success will boost St. Lucia’s economic growth ...

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URGENT NOTICE: First and Second District Court Closed Today

The Public is hereby informed that the First and Second District Court Office will be closed at 11:00 a.m. on Monday May 13, 2019 to facilitate the staff’s attendance of the funeral service of an employee of the First District Court Office. The Department of Justice regrets any inconvenience caused to our valued customers and looks forward to resuming normal ...

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25% of old court cases cleared, says PM Chastanet

(SNO) — The Saint Lucia government is hoping to clear 70 percent of the backlog of court cases by the end of 2019. In his 2019-2020 Budget Address, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said the backlog is being cleared through the efforts of the Forensic Lab and the Nyerah Court. Chastanet said investigation and prosecution are an integral part of reducing ...

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OECS population urged to participate in sentencing guidelines for Eastern Caribbean Court

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Feb 21, CMC – The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) is urging various stakeholders, including legal practitioners, litigants, social workers, mediators, probation officers as well as the police to participate in a public consultation on sentencing guidelines for the courts in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. “The rule of law can only be maintained and strengthened ...

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Aspiring attorney loses law schools’ challenge

(PRESS RELEASE) — The legal challenge alleging that the Law Schools’ admissions process discriminates against holders of non-University of the West Indies (UWI) law degrees was dismissed this afternoon in a judgment delivered at the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). In July 2018, Mr. Jones filed an application for special leave against the Council of Legal Education (CLE), the Council ...

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OECS Bar president wants politicians out of promotions to join CCJ

(SNO) — Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Bar Association President Thaddeus Antoine believes that politicians should stay away, as countries in the region ponder on whether they should make the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) their final appellate court. The campaign to join the CCJ was dealt a major blow this week after Grenada and Antigua, in separate referanda, ...

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WASCO wins High Court case

(PRESS RELEASE) — The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. WASCO can now move ahead with plans to improve water distribution to residents of Bouton, following a judgement in its favour, handed down by the high court this week. On Monday 5th November 2018 the High Court of Saint Lucia dismissed the court actions SLU 2018/254 and SLU 2018/190 filed against ...

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“We have a court in a shopping mall” – St. Lucia attorney calls for putting judicial house in order before CCJ switch

(SNO) — Local attorney Natalie Dabreo is calling on the government to put its judicial house in order first before even thinking of switching to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the island’s final appellate court. Presently, the London-based Privy Council is Saint Lucia’s final appeals court but there have been calls to move over to the CCJ, based in ...

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CCJ orders refund of taxes to tour operators

(PRESS RELEASE) – In the case of Cruise Solutions Ltd and Discovery Expeditions Ltd v The Commissioner of General Sales Tax and the Attorney General of Belize, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today held that two companies were entitled to be repaid all general sales tax (GST) assessed, charged and collected by the relevant tax authority, from February 2007 ...

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Illegal immigrant from St. Lucia said he came to St. Vincent to farm “everything”

(THE VINCENTIAN) — An illegal immigrant, recently held at Owia, told the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court on Monday that he was here to farm “everything”. Appearing before Senior Magistrate Rickie Burnett, Nigel Joseph, 32, of Castries, St Lucia pleaded guilty to being a prohibited immigrant, entered the state without a passport. He also admitted entering into the state by boat other ...

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Opening of the New Law Year 2018 to 2019 – Saint Christopher and Nevis

(PRESS RELEASE) – On Tuesday 18th September 2018, the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court will commence the New Law Year 2018/2019 with its usual Ceremonial Opening in the form of a Special Sitting of the Court in Saint Christopher & Nevis. There will be simultaneous special sittings in the other eight (8) Member States and Territories of the OECS. The proceedings ...

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Saint Lucian appointed Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court judge

(OECS BUSINESS FOCUS) — H.E. Sir S.W. Tapley Seaton, Governor General of St. Kitts and Nevis, administered the Oath of Office and Oath of Allegiance on September 3 to Hon. Justice Eddy Ventose as a Judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. Justice Ventose is the youngest person in the history of the University of the West Indies (UWI) to be ...

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Keynote speakers announced for CCJ Academy for Law 5th Biennial Conference

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Honourable Mr. Justice Winston Anderson, Chairman of the CCJ Academy for Law, and the Honourable Mr. Justice Dennis Morrison, President of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica, who are jointly chairing the upcoming 5th Biennial Conference, have announced that the Right Honourable Sir Ernest Ryder, Senior President of Tribunals in the United Kingdom, and ...

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Opening of the New Law Year 2018/2019

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – September 2018, the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court will commence the New Law Year 2018/2019 with its usual Ceremonial Opening in the form of a Special Sitting of the Court in Saint Christopher & Nevis. There will be simultaneous special sittings in the other eight (8) Member States and Territories of the OECS. The proceedings will ...

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Post-judgment application in Guyana land appeal dismissed by CCJ

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed a post- judgment application, brought by Mr. Deonarine Natram, to reopen the court’s recent decision in Narine v Natram. In the previous judgment, dated 10th May 2018, the CCJ had settled a dispute over land in Guyana between two brothers, Mr. Kowsal Narine and Mr. Natram. The ...

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Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court holds Annual Judicial Conference in Saint Lucia

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Judicial Education Institute (JEI) of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) hosted its signature event the Annual Judicial Conference from July 23 – 27, 2018 for all judicial officers of the ECSC, at the Coco Palm Resort in Saint Lucia. A two day Conference was also held for Magistrates of the OECS States and ...

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CCJ rules Belize Supreme Court judge is to be considered for investigation

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – In the case of Dean Boyce, British Caribbean Bank Ltd, and Lord Michael Ashcroft KCMG v the Judicial and Legal Services Commission, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today issued a judgment stating a 2012 complaint against Mr. Justice Awich, now a Judge in the Court of Appeal, should be properly considered by the Judicial ...

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Trade unions’ appeals dismissed at CCJ

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today found that the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (“GAWU”) and National Association of Agricultural, Commercial and Industrial Employees (“NAACIE”) were adequately consulted before the Government’s decision to close the Rose Hall and Enmore sugar estates on December 29th, 2017. GAWU and NAACIE represented most of the workers ...

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Sentencing guidelines: Delivering fairness and justice in the Eastern Caribbean

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Governor General Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac and Prime Minister Allan Chastanet were present at the formal opening of the Annual Judicial Conference in St Lucia for judges and magistrates. The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court has partnered with Criminal Justice Advisor, Sirah Abraham, in developing sentencing guidelines for nine countries. The two year project began in ...

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Prime Minister addresses Annual Judicial Conference

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – At Monday’s Opening of the Annual Judicial Conference, Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet called the development of Sentencing Guidelines a progressive step for justice. The conference, an initiative of the Judicial Education Institute (JEI) of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) is being held from the 23rd to 27th July 2018. The focus of this ...

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St Vincent and the Grenadines to welcome the CCJ President

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – A ceremonial sitting of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will be the final in a series of events commemorating the Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders’ elevation to the office of CCJ President. The event will be held at the House of Assembly in Kingstown at 1 pm (AST), ...

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Special sitting highlights CCJ’s successes and its new president

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – In what was noted by a few speakers as being held on an interesting date, the Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), was honoured at a Special Sitting of the Court at the Seat of the Court in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on Friday, the 13th ...

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CCJ’s new president to be honoured with special sitting

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), will be honoured with the first of two Special Sittings of the Court. The first Special Sitting will be held on Friday, 13 July 2018 at the CCJ’s headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago starting at 9:30 am. The new President was ...

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CCJ restores conviction and sentence but criticizes procedural flaws in Belize case

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today ordered that a conviction and sentence of 5 years for causing dangerous harm imposed on Mr. Gilbert Henry be restored but noted that, as Mr. Henry had already served his time, he would not be imprisoned or face any other sanction. Mr. Henry’s previous conviction had been quashed ...

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Change in leadership at CCJ

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – On July 4th, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will see a change in leadership from the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron to the CCJ’s 3rd President, the Hon. Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders. The transition will take place as a part of the activities before the 39th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of ...

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Saint Lucian-born martial arts champion to challenge Kent Adonai over alleged ‘stolen land’

(SNO) – A flamboyant aristocrat and confidant of Princess Margaret is said to have ‘stolen land’ to create his very own ‘love island’. The late Lord Glenconner was renowned for transforming the Caribbean island of Mustique into a playground for the rich and famous including the likes of Mick Jagger, before later retiring to nearby Saint Lucia with a pet ...

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CCJ dismisses appeal by Barbadian public servant

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today issued its reasons for dismissing the appeal of Mr. James Ifill, a public service employee, who was compelled to resign from his office after an investigation found him guilty of several misconduct charges. Mr. Ifill had been employed as a Transport Inspector in the Ministry of Public Works ...

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CCJ President to retire in July

(GIS) – For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Court of Justice held court in Antigua and Barbuda at a special sitting to honour the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron. Representatives from the region came together on May 16, to pay tribute and bid farewell to Sir Dennis. The President, ...

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CCJ urges mediation which settles Guyanese mining dispute

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today issued an order settling the matter of Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc. v Haresh Narine Sugrim in a dispute valued at nearly US$1 million dollars. The CCJ heard the case on 19 April 2018 and during the hearing the judges urged the parties, before the close of the ...

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Departing CCJ president lauded at special sitting in Antigua

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Court of Justice held court in Antigua and Barbuda at a special sitting to honour the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron. Representatives from the region came together to pay tribute and say farewell to Sir Dennis for ...

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CCJ affirms St Lucian professor’s right to vote in Barbados

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today ordered that St. Lucian, Professor Eddy Ventose, is to be added to the register of voters in Barbados. The Court declared that it was satisfied that the legal and regulatory conditions for his registration have been met. The Court then ordered the Chief Electoral Officer, who participated in ...

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Sir Dennis Byron to be honoured at special sitting

(GIS) – The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron, will be honoured with a Special Sitting of the CCJ to be held at the High Court of Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday, May 16. Sir Dennis stated: “It is with much pride that I leave the CCJ after serving as President of ...

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Sir Dennis Byron to be honoured at special sitting in Antigua

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron, will be honoured with a Special Sitting of the CCJ to be held at the High Court of Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Sir Dennis stated, “It is with much pride that I leave the CCJ after ...

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CCJ’s educational arm to expand focus as CCJ Academy for Law

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The Caribbean Academy for Law and Court Administration (CALCA), the educational arm of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), is embracing an expanded mandate and has been reconstituted as the CCJ Academy for Law. As a part of this new development, the Academy has been incorporated as a non-profit entity with its own legal identity. ...

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Nyerah Court to be made more conducive for workers

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – A more conducive workplace is on the agenda for the members of the judiciary and staff of Nyerah Court on the John Compton Highway. This development follows recent calls by the staff of the criminal court for a review of their working conditions. On Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Minister of Home Affairs, Justice and National ...

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Justice Saunders selected for international judicial board

(GIS) – The Hon. Justice Adrian Saunders, who will assume the post as president of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on July 4, has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the Global Judicial Integrity Network by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration. Mr. Justice Saunders is ...

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Saint Lucia ranked 33 out of 113 countries on rule of law, rising three positions

(PRESS RELEASE) – The World Justice Project (WJP) today released the 2017-2018 WJP Rule of Law Index® which measures rule of law adherence in 113 countries worldwide based on more than 110,000 household and 3,000 expert surveys. Featuring primary data, the WJP Rule of Law Index measures countries’ rule of law performance across eight factors: Constraints on Government Powers, Absence ...

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Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s residence in Barbados

(PRESS RELEASE) – Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson joined Dame Janice Pereira, Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, and judges from Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Trinidad and Tobago at a two day meeting to establish sentencing guidelines across the region. Also participating was Hon Mrs Justice Maura McGowan, a member of the High Court of England and ...

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Dominican and Vincentian appear in court in connection with drug bust

Two foreign nationals, who have been charged in connection with a drug bust at sea which netted 1,012 pounds of marijuana, appeard in the Dennery First District Court today. Alick Couriol of Bense, Dominica and Brian Mayers of Chateau Belair, St. Vincent and the Grenadines were each charged with possession of a controlled drug and possession with intent to supply. ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Teen fined thousands of dollars for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition

Eighteen-year-old Kerlan Leon has been fined a total of $22,000 for the possession of a Mac-11 firearm and 11 rounds of ammunition. Leon was sentenced in the Gros Islet First District Court today, Wednesday, July 12. The Gros Islet resident, who is represented by lawyer Lorne Theophilus, had pleaded guilty on June 19, 2017 to the possession of an illegal firearm and ...

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Gros Islet teen held with Mac-11 and ammunition appears in court again

Kerlan Leon,  the teen who was caught with a Mac-11 firearm and 11 rounds of ammunition in Gros Islet last month, returned to court today. The 18-year-old from Gros Islet, who is represented by lawyer Lorne Theophilus, appeared in the Gros Islet First District Court but the matter was adjourned until tomorrow, Wednesday, July 12, pending the subsmission of a ...

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