The Prime Minister of St. Vincent & the Grenadines said the election petitions filed by the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) and dismissed by the High Court after two years, […]
Justice Stanley John on Thursday dismissed the two petitions filed by candidates for the main opposition New Democratic Party (NDP), in the December 2015 general elections.
Cricket West Indies issued a statement explaining its reason for initially denying liability in the dismissal of former coach Phil Simmons.
Layne a former deputy defense minister and operational commander of the People’s Revolutionary Army, was among 17-members of the PRG, convicted of the execution-style murder of revolutionary prime minister Maurice Bishop and eleven of his cabinet members in 1983.
As Belize prepares for a referendum on April 10th to determine whether it should take its territorial dispute with Guatemala to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the image of […]
By: Nicole Best Former Attorney General James (Jimmy) Bristol is advocating for the increase of court fees and more astute management of the system, as a means of helping to alleviate the crisis of the backlog of civil cases in the Grenada court. “We have a very dire situation with […]
By: Nicole Best Less than two years after the controversial death of Grenadian- Canadian citizen Oscar Bartholomew in December 2011, two cases arising out of the incident, are still sitting in limbo as legal luminaries in both the civil and criminal matters await court decisions.