LAW

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 […]

Members of the Caribbean Community, (CARICOM) Regional Commission on Marijuana got an earful in The Bahamas last Friday night as they were told mainly to decriminalize marijuana. The Commission hosted a town hall meeting on marijuana and opened the floor for comments from the Bahamian public where many spoke out about the economic, social and […]

The contents of a number of blogs appearing online and attributed to U.S blogger, Kenneth Rijock have triggered a swift response from the chairperson of Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Committee, Kaisha Ince.  The blogs claim to expose an alleged illegal diplomatic passport scheme, rampant corruption, marital infidelity, and anti-black prejudice. However, Ince has roundly rejected […]

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December 2, 2017

Under the theme: “Celebrating the past, embracing the future of a legal sector which is responsive to Society,” the Grenada Bar Association will hold its Annual Law Week from the 3rd December to 8th of December 2017. It all begins on Sunday 3rd of December with a church service at the St George’s Cathedral of […]

The Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), has announced the release of the Court’s annual report for the 2016-7 judicial year. The report, which is currently available on the Court’s website at ccj.org, covers the period from 1 August 2016 to 31 July 2017. According to the CCJ […]

SUMMARIZING THE GREAT PUBLIC OFFICERS PENSION DEBATE IN GRENADA Part VIII This is the Eighth and final Article in the series on pension rights of public officers in Grenada. In the very first article I asserted that the People’s Revolutionary Government (PRG) never intended to leave public workers stranded with only the basic NIS Pension. […]

PRESS STATEMENT BY CIBONEY CHAMBERS Ciboney Chambers, Attorneys-at-law for Dr. Francis Alexis, confirm that last Friday, 10 November, they, on his instructions issued a Claim instituting proceedings in the High Court of Grenada against Mr. Cabral Douglas. That Claim, says Mr. Ruggles Ferguson of Ciboney Chambers, complains that Alexis was seriously libeled by materials Douglas […]

 

Former Attorney General, Cajeton Hood is now fully back in private practice after serving government as its principal legal advisor for the past four-and-a-half years. Hood confirmed to THE NEW TODAY newspaper that his last day as a government employee officially ended on Wednesday and it is now time for him to return to head […]

The Press Release put out on the 24th by Cabral Douglas representing that those who helped to source funding for printing the book Changing Caribbean Constitutions (2nd edn 2015) were seeking thereby to bribe the author  is plainly ridiculous. So says the author of the book, Dr Francis Alexis. Alexis observes that many universities such […]


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