The United States justice system just isn’t prepared for the lying, corrupt, paid for witnesses that we take for granted in the Bahamas.
A Supreme Court jury declared a guilty verdict in the murder trial of a mother and her live-in boyfriend, who were charged with brutally beating her one-year-old son, to death three years ago.
A mob of lawyers from the Bahamas Bar Association is doing everything possible to cause trouble for the new DPP from Jamaica.
The Nassau Street Court Complex is about 75 per cent complete and expected to be occupied within six months.
The confessed killer of a Bahamian woman living in the US will testify against another man in two murder cases in exchange for a plea deal that would give him 20 years in prison.
A week after appearing before a magistrate on murder charges, repeat offender Dudley Johnson was back in court on a second murder charge.
Alleged crime lord Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke has added two more attorneys to his legal team as he prepares to fight charges which could land him in prison for life.
In a move that reflects poorly on the justice system in The Bahamas, John Travolta has given up trying to obtain justice in the extortion case he was a victim of in the island nation.
Judge Jon Isaacs on Friday refused an application to have the remaining murder charges against convicted killer Cordell Farrington quashed.