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Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014

A HIGH Court Judge awarded a prisoner $70,000 in damages for a beating he received from an officer at the Golden Grove State Prison

Tributes and tears flow for murdered Dana

Cops: Main suspect operating freely for years
Main man who fired the fatal shots that killed senior counsel Dana Seetahal on Sunday morning has been operating with impunity for more than four years.

‘Cops failed’ in attorney's killing
Relative: It wasn't taken seriously

Cops viewing hundreds of video footage
In the aftermath of the shooting death of State Prosecutor, Dana Seetahal SC.

Cops: No new instructions despite 'Amber alert'

No foreign help sought just yet
Acting CoP draws from best locals

...US experts on standby if needed—Gary

Khan, King grief-stricken
Tears continue to flow for slain senior counsel Dana Seetahal with no one being able to hold back their grief, including her friend and colleague, Israel Khan, SC, who wept at her

Top to bottom review
SENATE President Timothy Hamel-Smith has called for a "top to bottom"overhaul of the country's criminal justice system

'Don't let her death be in vain'

Regional bar bodies call for justice
The bar associations of Jamaica and Grenada have joined in condemning the murder of prominent prosecutor Dana Seetahal.

Key work in recent times

V'zuela file sets off security alarm bells
IT HAS been more than a month and a half since eight Trinidadian Muslims have been detained by Venezuelan authorities under suspicion of terrorist

Questions over spending by Securities Commission
The T&T Securities Exchange Commission (TTSEC), which has been in existence since 1996, has never brought a legal action over insider-trading.

'I'm dealing with 200 prisoners' cases'
ATTORNEY Gerald Ramdeen has publicly spoken out in his defence of his legal representation of prisoners who bring assault and battery claims against the State

Fraud charges for man who made sex claims against Government official

Principals expect no SEA problems

CXC to launch five new CAPE subjects
FROM September, five new subjects will be introduced to the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) syllabus.

TT on Water Schedule
CITING data supplied by the Meteorological Services of TT which revealed that this country has experienced below normal rainfall so far this year

Four jailed in US for 'Balo' Maharaj's murder
... one of whom is a former soldier, have been sentenced by a United States judge on charges of kidnapping and murder of US citizen Balram "Balo"Maharaj.

Man shot dead by cops in Biche forest
A PLUM Mitan man was shot dead during an exchange of gunfire with police in a forested area in Biche on Monday.

Man in court today for murder outside Arima court
Brutal killing of 46-year-old Fabian London

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