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ATTORNEY DEMANDS THA RELEASE REPORT ON MATERNAL AND CHILD DEATHS

  Last Updated on 25.03.2015 Published Date  Attorney-at-Law Martin George is giving the Tobago House of Assembly 24 hours to make public the findings of the investigation into the maternal and neonatal deaths of Mrs. Leciana Sheppard and her baby, Ajani, on October 31st, 2014. Both mother and newborn died at the Scarborough General Hospital during childbirth. On Tuesday, Mr. George said almost six months after the deaths, the results of the investigation have not yet been made public. "We have been reliably informed that the report is available. However, we have been told that it is being passed to the Tobago Regional Health Authority (TRHA)....

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RACE ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED

  Race issue still to be addressed Published on April 6, 2011  April 5 2011 – newsday.co.tt THREE members appointed to the Police Service Commission (PSC) yesterday admitted that the issue of racial imbalance within the ranks of the Police Service is an issue that must be dealt with. But just not now. This, as they extended an “olive branch” to fired PSC chairman Nizam Mohammed. At a press briefing held at the Marriott Hotel, Mucurapo, three members of the PSC revealed that the issue of racial imbalances within the Police Service was discussed informally prior to a meeting of the PSC in February. However, they said,...

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MARTIN GEORGE DONATES TO SCHOOL

  Attorney donates $100,000 to Scarborough RC  28/02/2015 (18:14)  849  0 Attorney Martin George has pledged $100,000 to the Scarborough Roman Catholic School to establish an Annual Althea George Memorial Prize for Excellence. The Memorial is named in honour of his mother. The sum is to be given out each year for the next 20 years for the most excellent student in Standards One to Five with a prize of $1000 each plus a trophy  to inspire and spur on the students to excellence. George also asked for the school to establish an Annual Prize giving day in honour of his mother whereby they would celebrate the achievements and successes of the...

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BETTER POLICE LEADERSHIP NEEDED

  BETTER POLICE LEADERSHIP NEEDED Last Updated on 24.03.2015Published Date Attorney at Law Martin George has called for effective leadership in the Police Service following Monday's 'day of policing' which led to massive traffic gridlocks throughout both islands. Mr. George said while the police action caused "tremendous inconvenience," the officers have issues they have been negotiating for, for some time, but this should not have impacted citizens in the way it did. He said while it may not have necessarily been the best way to approach their problem, the action showed deficiencies in leadership in the Police Service. "We the ordinary citizen, we are not the...

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PROACTIVE STANCE NEEDED ON STATUTORY RAPE

Last Updated on 20.03.2015  The issue of statutory rape came to the fore only last week after the death of 15 year old Aleah Cain. Ms. Cain, a mother of a one month old girl, was brutally gunned down along the Belmont Circular Road as she walked with a male companion. The laws of Trinidad and Tobago list the legal age at which a male or a female citizen is permitted to have sexual intercourse as 16 years and over. According to the Sexual Offences Act, statutory rape is committed when an adult sexually penetrates a person who is incapable of consenting to sex...

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AG’S NO BAIL FOR 120 DAYS PROPOSAL

Attorney at Law Martin George believes the Attorney General's proposal for persons held for gun-related crimes to not be granted bail for 120 days is a good initiative and should be supported by the Opposition. On Sunday, AG Anand Ramlogan said he intends to take a Note to Cabinet to impose restrictions on the right to bail for anyone charged with committing a criminal offence involving the use of a firearm. Commenting on this latest measure to combat crime, Mr. George noted that most murders in this country stem from gun-related crimes and agreed with the AG that this measure can act...

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NO QUICK FIX TO CRIME

London: No quick fix to crime situation Tuesday, 13 January 2015 23:22Written by  Elizabeth William AS Central Government considers reintroducing hanging for certain types of murder, some are raising concerns, and are not sure if hanging will solve the country's crime problem. Currently the death penality in Trinidad and Tobago is still provided for in legislation, but no executiions have been carried out for at least ten years. The Government’s first attempt to pass The Constitution Amendment (Capital Offences) Bill, known as the hanging bill, was defeated in the House of Representatives in February 2011 after it did not get the requisite support from...

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MARTIN A GEORGE- POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION

  Mr. Martin Anthony George Attorney at Law Mr. George is the principal attorney of his law firm Martin A. George and Company. He has a strong sense of social service and is a founding member and former Chairman of Crimestoppers Trinidad and Tobago. He was called to the Trinidad and Tobago Bar in 1992 and has over 18 years experience in the areas of Civil Litigation, Estate and property matters, Wills & Probate, Divorce and Family Law, Commercial Litigation and Debt Recovery. Mr. George qualifications include:- LEC – Hugh Wooding Law School LLB – (Hons.)- University of the West Indies ABE – School of Business & Computer...

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FOOTBALLER CHARGED WITH BREACHING PEACE

Footballer charged with breaching peace Story Created: Feb 18, 2015 at 10:57 PM ECT Story Updated: Feb 18, 2015 at 10:57 PM ECT Kennya Cordner, star striker for the national women’s football team, appeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with using annoying language to provoke a police officer to commit a breach of the peace. The charge alleges that on Carnival Monday night, Cordner was outside Ma Pau on Ariapita Avenue when the music was shut off abruptly and she allegedly called out to some police officers nearby, asking why the music was stopped and complaining that they could not...

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