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

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Sentencing Advisory Committee entertained at British High Commissioner’s residence in Barbados
From left: Sirah Abraham, Criminal Justice Adviser, Linda Taglialatela, US Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Sir Marston Gibson, Chief Justice of Barbados, HE Dame Sandra Mason, Governor General of Barbados, Dame Janice Pereira, Chief Justice of ECSC, Janet Douglas, British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.
From left: Sirah Abraham, Criminal Justice Adviser, Linda Taglialatela, US Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Sir Marston Gibson, Chief Justice of Barbados, HE Dame Sandra Mason, Governor General of Barbados, Dame Janice Pereira, Chief Justice of ECSC, Janet Douglas, British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.

(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 Wales. The meeting was funded by the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom.

British High Commissioner, Janet Douglas, entertained the members of the committee to an elegant reception at her official Residence on Friday 12 January.

Distinguished guests included Her Excellency the Governor General of Barbados, Dame Sandra Mason, US Ambassador Linda Taglialatela and the Director of Public Prosecutions, Donna Babb-Agard.

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  1. These are the true criminals eating away Tax payers money & deliberately delaying cases so the gravy train can keep pouring.They love those events,to laugh out loud @ the poor who sometimes have no choice but to steal to survive & they in turn keep them on remand for years. It’s a vicious cycle that these individuals depend on to survive,without crime they wouldn’t be here smiling away & laughing at the poor.

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