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- Paul L. Adderley Building, JFk Drive
- Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
OVER THE years there has been agitation -- especially from Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell -- for an all Bahamian judiciary.
Today the judiciary up to the level of the Supreme Court -- with the exception of a foreign magistrate in Abaco and another in Freeport -- is all Bahamian. However, it has never been in a worse state of confusion than it is now. The public has certainly lost confidence in the onc...
Nassau, Bahamas - Attorney General John
Delaney is pleased to announce the launch of the official website of the
of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs: www.bahamas.gov.bs/attorneygeneral.
The website is
the result of a special project of Attorney General Delaney intended to serve
the public as a convenient source of information regarding the role and
function of that Offic...
Nassau, The Bahamas - The Office
of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs held a retreat to train
and retrain its staff to enhance their skills in dealing with the public.
The one-day retreat was held
Friday, November 2, 2012, under the theme: "Effective Communication Through
Teamwork", at the British Colonial Hilton.
The purpose of the retreat was to focus on significantly improving...
The attorney General's office attempted to exercise its legal power when it sent a written directive to have a firearm and ammunition case discontinued against a couple.
The Attorney Generalís Office and Ministry of Legal Affairs hosted a Health and Wellness Expo for its staff members, March 6...
CROWN prosecutors were no shows for a scheduled hearing on Monday concerning an appeal of the Coroner Court's ruling on Aaron Rolle's death in police custody as unlawful.
THE Office of the Attorney General came under fire from a magistrate yesterday during a bail hearing when officials sought to argue that a man recently charged with sexual assault should not be granted bail as he had previously been charged with similar crimes.