As one of the persons who will be intimately involved in any major judicial decision, he should have exercised professional discretion and reserved his comments for a private forum.
Stephen Wrinkle and Edena Farah were both granted bail after the nation’s highest traffic website, BahamasB2B.com, sparked massive public outrage when a magistrate imposed overly harsh sentences and refused to grant the defendants appeal bail.
Two fugitives fighting extradition to South Florida on drug trafficking charges have invented yet another way to delay court proceedings in a case that has been ongoing for over 10 years… and judges keep allowing this nonsense.
A judge contributed to the massive court backlog by holding no one responsible for missing stenographers’ notes that once again delayed the indecent assault case against Dr. Lynwood Brown.
Free National Movement leader greatly concerned that the Prime Minister is grossly underestimating the extent to which this matter continues to significantly erode the reputation of the Bahamas’ judicial system in the international community.
After many delays and a circus of court shenanigans from defence lawyers, alleged gang leader Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs was acquitted in Magistrate’s Court Tuesday of two drug charges brought against him last year.
Questions from a Concerned Citizen relating to the decision by Acting Attorney General Jerome Fitzgerald to discontinue a gun case against a couple who were peviously clients of Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gobson.
Despite a ‘no’ vote by Bahamians, the court system has protected the web shops from having to close down, thus sparking criticism
The Turks and Caicos Islands government has reached an agreement with the Sandals Group in relation to ongoing investigations that involve a payment by Sandals of US$12 million to the government.