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Judge charged under wrong law
Posted: Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Judge charged under wrong law for drunk driving
A police blunder is one of the reasons why the charge of driving while drunk involving High Court judge, Justice Kevin Ramcharan, was yesterday adjourned to July 3.

Judges support colleague charged with drunk driving

Govt Senator gets conditional discharge
Guilty of drunk driving

Nafisah Nakhid finds a home at Ministry of Local Govt

Judge's DUI matter adjourned
High Court Judge Kevin Ramcharan appeared in court yesterday charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol.

Tax bill should make T&T compliant
St Kitts, Bahamas off EU negative list

Raceway closed
Probe launched into driver's death

Why pick on us?
SDMS lawyers raise other schools' practice

Garcia goes on with SDMS case
Nafisah sent to Rural Development

No ban on Muslims entering Hindu schools
Maha Sabha writes AG on hijab issue

Battle over Hevron/Victoria properties

Homeowners to pay tax on dog kennels, gazebo, prayer rooms

Inter-island ferry lists sailing schedule

Mottley quits Energy Task Force
...saying he can no longer lead in negotiations for both the Sandals project and the renegotiation of new LNG contracts with the multinational oil and gas companies.

Chemical Board moves to ban Gramoxone —Rambharat

RBC to cheque fraudsters: We know who you are
...people who try to withdraw money from automated teller machines (ATMs), under the guise of a cheque deposit, are committing a crime and the bank will prosecute perpetrators using "the full force of the law."

Pan players fed up, want direct payment

Gunmen kill scrap iron dealer

Police probe possible assault on girl, 4
A MAYARO woman is being questioned by police after a video of a four-year-old girl with a swollen left eye was posted on social media.

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