Thursday, December 2, 2021

Court

LETTER: Can’t please Antiguans

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DEAR EDITOR: This government and the previous UPP one, were both accused of manipulating the Courts to go after political foes. But all of those cases...

LIAT ex-employees told to sue if they want to

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In a heated exchange on radio Tuesday morning,   Prime Minister Gaston Browne told ex-LIAT Captain Patterson Thompson that the airline’s former workers can take...

Case against fire officer charged with stealing US$ from XPZ dismissed

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The larceny case against fire officer Glenroy Weekes has been dismissed upon request by one of the owners of XPZ supermarket.   The firearm and ammunition...

Caribbean Community Chair Urges Legal Action On Climate Inaction

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Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda and Caricom chairman Gaston Browne is among small island states dissatisfied the fund they had called for had...

Canada’s Supreme Court says HMB judgement cannot be enforced in British Columbia

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Aird & Berlis successfully represented Antigua and Barbuda at Supreme Court of Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision upholding an Order obtained for The...

Trial of former UPP Ministers begins Tuesday morning with high-powered defense team in place

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Three Ministers in the previous United Progressive Party (UPP) Administration are due to stand trial in the High Court of Justice tomorrow, November 9,...

Supreme Court of Canada sides with Antigua over registration of judgment in Ontario

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A Caribbean-based company has lost its fight in the Supreme Court of Canada to have Ontario register a judgment enforcing an order of a...

VIDEO: Woman says Officer Esprit never made break on her, apologizes

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Melissa Benjamin was asked to apologize to the officer for social media. She was found guilty of all charges and fined $1600 in total....

Man says he stole from supermarket because of late pension

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DAILY OBSERVER: An elderly man accused of stealing two packs of lingfish from the Perry Bay Supermarket said that he committed the offence because “money...

Criminal lawyers shortage at “crisis point” in Antigua & Barbuda

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Lenworth Johnson, the President of the Antigua & Barbuda Bar Association said a shortage of criminal lawyers was affecting the administration of justice in...

Union challenge to mandatory-vaccination policy is struck down at the gate by the High...

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REAL NEWS: Attempts by the Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association (ABPSA) to get the Court to rule against the Government’s vaccination mandate have...

Ottos Man Jailed For Breaking, Entering And Stealing Almost $9000 Worth Of Items

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A young resident of Ottos will serve one year behind bars for breaking into a woman’s home and stealing almost $9,000 worth of items. Ricardo...

Case delayed for two youths charged with firearm possession

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Two young men who have been charged with the possession of a firearm will have to wait one more week before a plea can...