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Court rejects PM recusal appeal
Court rejects PM recusal appeal

March 17, 2017

PRIME Minister Perry Christie suffered another legal defeat yesterday in his case against Supreme Court Justice Rhonda Bain when the Court of Appeal unanimously rejected his application for leave to begin appellate proceedings into the judge's decision not to recuse herself from judicial review cases involving construction works at Nygard Cay...

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Trump travel ban: Second US judge block new executive order

March 16, 2017

Federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked US President Donald Trump's new travel ban, which was due to begin after midnight on Thursday...

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PM ordered to pay legal costs for Save The Bays
PM ordered to pay legal costs for Save The Bays

March 15, 2017

PRIME Minister Christie has been ordered to pay the full legal costs incurred by Save The Bays (STB) after his recusal application was rejected by the Supreme Court...

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Suspect faces court accused of three murder charges
Suspect faces court accused of three murder charges

March 10, 2017

A MAN wanted by police for questioning in a number of shootings in the capital found himself in Magistrate's Court yesterday facing three murder charges...

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South Korea President Park Geun-hye ousted by court

March 10, 2017

South Korea's President Park Geun-hye has become the country's first democratically elected leader to be forced from office..

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UPDATED: Manslaughter verdict for killing of banker
UPDATED: Manslaughter verdict for killing of banker

March 09, 2017

LAMAR Albury cursed in the Supreme Court yesterday within moments of a jury returning a 10-2 guilty verdict for manslaughter by provocation concerning the 33 stab wounds he inflicted on a banker he claimed had made a sexual pass at him...

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UPDATED: Peter Nygard guilty of contempt and fined 50,000 in illegal dredging case
UPDATED: Peter Nygard guilty of contempt and fined 50,000 in illegal dredging case

March 08, 2017

CANADIAN fashion mogul Peter Nygard was convicted of contempt of court and fined $50,000 by a judge yesterday for breach of the Supreme Court's order concerning illegal dredging near his property in Lyford Cay...

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BREAKING NEWS: Peter Nygard guilty of contempt and fined 50,000 in illegal dredging case
BREAKING NEWS: Peter Nygard guilty of contempt and fined 50,000 in illegal dredging case

March 07, 2017

CANADIAN fashion mogul Peter Nygard has been found guilty of contempt of court by Justice Rhonda Bain and fined $50,000 for breach of the Supreme Court's order concerning illegal dredging near his property in Lyford Cay...

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Court hears banker was 'stabbed 33 times'
Court hears banker was 'stabbed 33 times'

March 02, 2017

A MAN on trial in the Supreme Court for murder will have an opportunity to speak to what led him to inflict more than two dozen stab wounds on a banker...

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Alleged sexual assault of senior citizen case discontinued
Alleged sexual assault of senior citizen case discontinued

March 01, 2017

PROCEEDINGS have been discontinued against a man who was awaiting trial concerning the alleged sexual assault of a senior citizen in 2001 on a Family Island...

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Detective denies scene of banker's fatal stabbing was contaminated
Detective denies scene of banker's fatal stabbing was contaminated

March 01, 2017

A DETECTIVE who had a role in investigating the fatal stabbing of a banker denied yesterday that there was a possibility the scene of the alleged murder was contaminated...

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Nygard to find out contempt of court fate on Friday
Nygard to find out contempt of court fate on Friday

February 28, 2017

CONTROVERSIAL fashion mogul Peter Nygard is set to learn on Friday whether he will face prison for contempt of court...

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Three charged in connection with drugs, firearms seizure in Abaco
Three charged in connection with drugs, firearms seizure in Abaco

February 28, 2017

THREE men were remanded to prison yesterday after they were arraigned in connection with a recent seizure of drugs and firearms by law enforcement officers in Abaco...

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Fatal stabbing trial delayed
Fatal stabbing trial delayed

February 28, 2017

THE trial into the fatal stabbing of a banker continued in the Supreme Court yesterday after testimony was delayed by three days of legal discussions held in the jury's absence...

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Ex-MP sought to intimidate judge
Ex-MP sought to intimidate judge

February 27, 2017

A FORMER public relations agent for billionaire Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has confirmed reports that the Lyford Cay resident and his attorney, former Mount Moriah MP Keod Smith, were involved in efforts to intimidate Supreme Court Justice Indra Charles and harass her son...

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Marilyn Meeres Sworn in as Vice-President of the Industrial Tribunal

February 22, 2017

Marilyn Meeres was sworn in as Vice-President of the Industrial Tribunal by Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling

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'Die' Stubbs' mother says son campaigned for PLP
'Die' Stubbs' mother says son campaigned for PLP

February 22, 2017

MOTHER of murder convict Stephen "Die" Stubbs yesterday accused Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage and the government of allegedly scapegoating her son to distract from their dismal performance on crime this term...

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Judicial review bid is rejected
Judicial review bid is rejected

February 22, 2017

SUPREME Court Justice Ian Winder yesterday refused an application by Official Opposition members seeking to start judicial review proceedings over the Constituencies Commission's report on constituency boundaries, ruling that the applicants had poor prospects for success and failed to provide sufficient evidence to show they had an arguable case...

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Statement from The Hon. Allyson Maynard-Interception of Communications 2017

February 21, 2017

The Interception of Communications Bill has two main purposes: the first is to ensure that the police have a critical crime-fighting tool in their arsenal, by modernizing the law that allows the police to intercept the planning and execution of serious crimes, including drug and gun trafficking...

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Accused 'said he killed man over sexual advances'
Accused 'said he killed man over sexual advances'

February 21, 2017

A JURY heard yesterday that a man allegedly confessed to his relatives that he fatally stabbed a banker who hired him to do maintenance work at his apartment for an upcoming holiday gathering when the victim allegedly made a sexual advance at him...

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