A Jamaican lawyer is among five persons indicted by a federal grand jury on seven charges.
The court recently awarded a victory to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in their deceision to withdraw Lynnith Braynen from her position in the Miami Consul.
Former prosecutor Cheryl Grant-Bethell, who recently lost her bid in court to get her position back, is now arguing that she shouldn’t have to pay the court costs.
The government expects cost to be awarded to it since Cheryl Grant-Bethell lost her bid to have the court overturn the decision to refuse her as the deputy director of public prosecutions.
The Customs Department intends to prosecute two companies after discovering of what appears to be “shocking” corruption involving the evasion of millions of dollars in import duty and Stamp Tax payments.