In another ridiculous decision, Justice Jon Isaacs, considered by some to be a danger to Bahamian society, has allowed a rogue former prosecutor to get one step closer to hijacking the legal system of The Bahamas.
Mysterious judge says delays requested by ill-prepared prosecutors are the reason for court backlog, but the article does not really support that accusation.
An illegal dumper, who was caught red-handed by the Environment Minister, could appear in court as soon as next week.
The war of the billionaires escalates as Peter Nygard heads to court with a lawsuit against his Lyford Cay neighbor Louis Bacon regarding access to an easement on their properties.
Bahamian drug kingpin Samuel ‘Ninety’ Knowles has lost his appeal and must serve out the 35-year jail sentence imposed on him by a judge in a Miami court in 2008.
Despite government insisting that she is no longer Director of Public Prosecutions, Cheryl Grant-Bethel staunchly continues to hold onto the position even as a new attorney is hired to take the job.
The prosecution failed to appear for a bail application for a man charged with conspiracy to commit murder, so Judge John Isaacs released the man on bail.
Some Bahamian families have been waiting for up to 10 years to learn the cause behind a loved one’s death…
The Bahamas government will shell out $1.9 million to Bluewater Ventures Limited to settle a multimillion-dollar claim alleging that the Ingraham administration violated the deal the investment company reached with the PLP government.