I wrote a letter to the media more than a year ago about the temporary straw market that has been reduced to a low class “flea market”.
In another case that highlights the cozy relationships in the legal community, Bahamian prosecutor Erica Kemp has dropped murder charges against three young men represented by attorneys Murio Ducille and Carlson Shurland.
In what has become a legal circus and a mockery of justice, the date for the re-trial of sex beast pastor Randy Fraser keeps getting delayed because lawyers can not agree on a trial date.
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Senator John Delaney addressed second year students of the Eugene Dupuch Law School, speaking on the topic “What does the leader of the Bar expect from Attorneys?”
The Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) is seeking to have the judicial review, which would determine if Cheryl Grant-Bethell was overlooked for the post of the director of public prosecutions (DPP), thrown out of the Supreme Court.
The Bahamas Government is going to address the issues faced by landowners who are subjected to loopholes in the Quieting Titles Act by introducing the 2010 Land Adjudication Bill.
PLP attorney Phillip ‘Brave’ Davis is up to his legal shenanigans again, this time trying to claim title to a house in Lyford Cay that he has no right to claim.
A mob of lawyers from the Bahamas Bar Association is doing everything possible to cause trouble for the new DPP from Jamaica.
Andros-based SUNCO Seafood Company plans to explore shark-finning and harvesting of sea urchins, threatening the Bahamas environment, in order to meet the food demands of the growing Chinese population.