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THE Court of Appeal has quashed the conviction for a woman and her child’s father previously sentenced to over a decade in prison each for killing a man in the course of a brawl at a bar on Carmichael Road six years ago.
THE Bahamas Bar Association has announced the appointment of Bar Council member Kelli K A Ingraham as the BBA's representative on the Board of Directors of The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB).
Minister of Agriculture & Marine Resources, Hon. Michael Pintard hosted residents of the North Andros farming community at the Bahamas Agricultural Research Center (BARC) to a special town hall meeting Wednesday, September 5...
Adouble stabbing at a bar on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway on Saturday has left one man dead and another in hospital, police said. According to reports, the two men were at the bar shortly after 1 a.m. when they were approached by a man armed with [...]
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"Double taxation" of property transactions, lawyers going out of business over unpaid debts on which they will have to pay tax, and a lack of proper consultation with the government, are among the primary concerns of leading attorneys who have commented on the newly-related value-added tax (VAT) legislation.
Adrian White, chair of the Bahamas Bar Association's real estate committee, said VAT will ...
THE Bahamas Bar Association, in a letter to Attorney General Carl Bethel, has expressed "deep-seated concern and alarm" that Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has failed to recommend someone for the substantive post of chief justice. The letter, dated
A man who turned himself in to police following a fatal stabbing was yesterday charged with murder. Dino Pinto, 37, of Derby Road, Yellow Elder Gardens, faced a charge of non-capital murder when he made his initial court appearance before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt. Prosecutors [...]
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THE BAHAMAS Bar Association's Ethics Committee received close to 80 complaints in 2017, it's president said Friday, with just 12 per cent of that total currently settled and/or closed.
Statement from the Cayman Islands Law Society and the Caymanian Bar Association regarding Cayman's position on illegal data hacks
The Cayman Islands has modern, internationally accepted legislation providing for computer misuse offences and data protection. Such legislation is modelled on UK and/or EU legislation to protect against such illegal acts, and to ensure that appropriate criminal, civil and regulatory...