GO AHEAD AND SWEAR
Posted: Wednesday, June 7, 2017
GO AHEAD AND SWEAR
NOTHING stands in the way of President Anthony Carmona swearing in two new judges to the High Court.
Questions about how Seepersad was assigned the latest case although he was in Tobago and his ability to pen a 22-page ruling within hours were the subject of ridicule on Facebook.
UNC heads to Privy Council
Injunction blocking new judges thrown out
Bullets for stones
POLICE shot and killed a mentally-ill man on Monday night, less than a month after Government MP Glenda Jennings-Smith publicly said police are not properly trained to deal with mental patients.
Mental patient shot dead
The mother of a mentally ill man killed by police is claiming officers woke him up from his bed before he was fatally shot.
Appeal Court rules on property tax case today
Cargo vessel soon for T'go
Report into kids with guns will be public
THE report from the board of enquiry set up to ascertain how the children of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi came to be in possession and photographed with high-powered military guns at the Camp Cumuto facility will be made public once “procedures” are followed
HDC to find suitable home
Mom living with paralysed son in high-rise
Let whistle blowing start
PROCEDURES are in place to secure and make public, reports such as the one involving the children of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi posing with military weapons at Camp Cumuto.
Obstruct a traffic warden? Pay $10,000
Police urge motorists to be alert
Shootings at Old St Joseph Road, PoS
One dead, 1 critical after gun attack
One man was shot dead while another is fighting for his life at hospital, after they were attacked by unknown gunmen on Monday evening at Bypass Road, Valencia.
Chase Village man shot dead
A CHASE Village man is dead after he was shot while liming at a bar in his home town. He has been identified as Reon Francis, 28.
Aspiring cop shot dead
An aspiring police officer who thought he was being targeted by robbers for his flashy jewellery, was murdered on Monday night.
Bajan trapped in Trinidad for 4 years
OUT on bail pending appeal on the condition that he cannot leave the country, a Barbados national has remain trapped in Trinidad for the last four years because the notes of evidence needed for his appeal hearing have not yet been sent to the court of appeal.
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