The defendants in a gun smuggling case reaffirmed their innocence during their testimony yesterday.
A magistrate’s ruling in the four-year-old case Carlos Lamm case of possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply was further delayed.
After closed discussions in the absence of the jury, a judge directed the jury to deliver a unanimous not guilty verdict for a man accused of triple attempted murder.
The relevant Government and law enforcement officials may not take any action to close down web shops or prosecute web shop operators and patrons pending the hearing of the matter by the Court.
Senior Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs has granted an injunction protecting web shops from having to shut down.
An attorney’s two week extension to repay nearly $100,000 she stole from a former client is up and a two-year prison term could follow if she has failed to make full restitution.
Twenty-four year old John Bull sales associate Latoya Williams-Wright has been accused of stealing more than $25,000 from the company.
Legislation allowing video conferencing to be used in court matters is expected to be brought to parliament soon, along with other technology that could improve the ailing Bahamas judiciary.
The court system is so dysfunctional and poorly operated that even if they focused only on criminal cases in 2013, Supreme Court judges could not clear the backlog of outstanding cases. Pathetic.