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The government of Saint Lucia’s principal legal advisor says that the country would have been exposed if the Senate did not meet last Friday. The Upper House was originally scheduled to meet on October 1 but Opposition and Independent senators were a no show. Senate President Jeannine Giraudy-McIntyre indicated that with only 4 senators in […]

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The attorney general has responded to the Saint Lucia bar association on the controversial covid-19 prevention and control bill. The bar which has raised objection to the bill, has called for debate on the legislation to be differed pending public consultation. However, the attorney general disagrees, arguing there is no cause for alarm.
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Attorneys for Castries South MP, Dr. Ernest Hilaire have warned the Comptroller of Customs, Peter Chiquot, that they will not hesitate to take action against him personally for malfeasance in public office in the long running saga involving the MP’s Land Rover vehicle. The letter from the law firm Fosters,  a copy of which was […]

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(WFAA)- An appeal filed this week by the attorneys for Amber Guyger requests an acquittal of the murder charge against her. Her attorneys argue in the court documents because she believed she was in her apartment, Guyger was acting in self-defense. The appeal also requests a lesser charge and a new hearing for her punishment. […]

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CHAIRMAN of the Police Officers’ Association (POA) Senior Superintendent (SSP) Wayne Cameron is angry about recent comments made by attorney-at-law Isat Buchanan in which he labelled police officers as “uneducated with five CXC subjects”. The comments were made on a recent broadcast of Radio Jamaica‘s evening current affairs show Beyond the Headlines, which explored the issue of […]

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WELL-KNOWN ATTORNEY-at-law Anthony Pearson has been struck off the list of lawyers authorised to practise in Jamaica over an accusation that he failed to return nearly $10 million to a financial institution that had inadvertently deposited the money into his account. The General Legal Council (GLC) confirmed on Tuesday that a three-member disciplinary panel ordered […]

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‘Legendary’ Attorney at Law, Kenneth Foster, QC,  died at his home at Bishop’s Gap, Castries, on Thursday. Family members who confirmed the death told St Lucia Times that the trail blazing legal luminary had been ailing for some time. Kenneth Augustus Hermas Foster was 89, they said. He qualified as an Attorney in 1957. Foster […]

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CMC News:- WASHINGTON, – A coalition of 19 attorneys general from around the United States has challenged the Trump Administration’s efforts to potentially undermine asylum protections for thousands of Caribbean and other immigrants. In an amicus brief supporting the plaintiffs in U.T. v. Barr, the coalition pushed back against an interim final rule in which […]

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In a rare sit-down, attorney general, Stephen Julien made a pitch to the nation on Thursday, stating the government’s case for the declaration of state of emergency to stave off an onslaught of the new Coronavirus. Stephen Julien provided details on the legal options available to state to protect the public. The opposition and concerned …
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