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Gary’s wife wants Erla, Jacob to answer: Did you tap my phone?

Gary’s wife wants Erla, Jacob to answer: Did you tap my phone? The wife of National Transformation Alliance’s (NTA) Political Leader Gary Griffith is challenging the Commissioner of Police (CoP) to break her silence and reveal if the T&T Police Service (TTPS) intercepted communications to her personal mobile device. Speaking at the NTA’s meeting in Diego Martin on Wednesday night, Nicole Dyer-Griffith said she and her husband were reliably informed that her cellular phone was a target of the TTPS. “A whistleblower brought to Gary and my attention that politicians were allegedly instructing law enforcement officials to target political opponents, using technology that...

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Court tells Dyer-Griffith bring the evidence, dismisses wire-tapping case

Court tells Dyer-Griffith bring the evidence, dismisses wire-tapping case A High Court Judge has struck out a constitutional lawsuit from the wife of National Transformation Alliance (NTA) Political Leader Gary Griffith over her phone being allegedly wire-tapped.  Delivering a decision on Monday, High Court Judge Karen Reid upheld an application from the Office of the Attorney General to dismiss Nicole Dyer-Griffith’s case against it and former acting police commissioner McDonald Jacob. In January, Dyer-Griffith filed the lawsuit in which she claimed that her constitutional right to respect her private and family life was breached when her cellphone was allegedly wire-tapped using the Interception of Communications...

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ARTICLE #58 – PROTECTION FOR WHISTLEBLOWERS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Protection for Whistleblowers in Trinidad and Tobago Martin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Whistleblowing is when an individual reports official wrongdoing taking place in an organisation or Government or State agency and can also relate to wrongdoing exposed or reported in relation to some sphere or aspect of public life and the types of activities which tend...

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ARTICLE #57 -THE ADMISSIBILITY OF AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDINGS INTO EVIDENCE

THE ADMISSIBILITY OF AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDINGS INTO EVIDENCE IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Attorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Audio and video recordings are recordings made by electronic devices and stored in electronic format for playback at a later stage. Audio and video recordings may also be edited, truncated and shared, making them...

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Article 56 – PRIVILEGE IN THE LEGISLATIVE HOUSES OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – The National Parliament and the THA Assembly’s Chamber

(Parliamentary Privilege) PRIVILEGE IN THE LEGISLATIVE HOUSES OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - The National Parliament and the THA Assembly’s Chamber Attorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Parliamentary Privilege is the protection from prosecution for actions such as defamation, contempt, and other types of proceedings, which may otherwise flow from words and actions in the normal course of...

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Dr Rowley and vetted units

Dr Rowley and vetted units When the Special Anti-Crime Unit of TT (SAUTT) was established to fight “police corruption” by the Patrick Manning administration, two serious, related concerns were raised in Parliament: Was SAUTT a legal unit and to whom should it report, the minister of national security or police commissioner? These concerns were raised by then independent senator, the late Dana Seetahal and myself to which then minister of national security, the late Martin Joseph struggled to answer. Further, the UNC government in 2010 disbanded SAUTT and its head, Brigadier Peter Joseph sued and had to be paid $ 1 million....

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More good cops than bad cops in TTPS

More good cops than bad cops in TTPS PCA: Increase in complaints against police officers (run over headline) Since 2019, approximately one out of every 24 officers in the T&T Police Service (TTPS) has been charged with a criminal offence. Over the last five years, more than 2,260 complaints were made to the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) about the conduct of police officers. More than 1,640 were criminal complaints - an average of 328 criminal complaints a year. From that, 204 cases were forwarded by the PCA to the Commissioner of Police, 59 to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, and 33 were...

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Article #55 – WAS FUSION AN ILLUSION WE SHOULD STILL USE, OR SHOULD WE DE-FUSE? THE LEGAL PROFESSION IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

WAS FUSION AN ILLUSION WE SHOULD STILL USE, OR SHOULD WE DE-FUSE? THE LEGAL PROFESSION IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Attorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION The legal profession consists of the body of persons who have been admitted to practise law in any given jurisdiction. Depending on which part of the world one is in, when a...

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Body of worker killed in accident brought back for funeral

Body of worker killed in accident brought back for funeral More than a month after Allanlane Ramkissoon died at a hospital in Colombia following an explosion at the NiQuan Energy Trinidad plant, his body has finally been returned to this country for final rites. In a release issued yesterday, Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Ltd (MEES), the company Ramkissoon worked for, said his body was brought back to Trinidad yesterday. The company said it “continues to support Allanlane’s family and is assisting with funeral and other arrangements”. It also said it continues to participate in ongoing investigations to determine and understand the cause of the...

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