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ALL THE RIGHT MOVES

Implementation and action on crime are two things that the general public had been longing for and over the years we have been battered, bruised and beaten down by the criminals who took charge and who viewed the law with impunity and scant regard. Implementation and action on crime are two things that the general public had been longing for and over the years we have been battered, bruised and beaten down by the criminals who took charge and who viewed the law with impunity and scant regard. Despite the cries and complaints of the bleeding heart liberals, the resumption of hangings...

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Questions over new spy agency to replace SIA… How far will the NIA go?

Even before the Government’s much touted National Intelligence Agency (NIA) gets off the ground, it is facing mounting criticism from various ranks  of the Police Service who have deemed it a waste of taxpayers’ money. Officers working in specialist units are calling on the Government to make public the    specific mandate of the NIA and are questioning whether the proposed agency would be another spy unit operating under a different name. The Criminal Intelligence Unit (CIU) has a mandate to gather criminal intelligence, including intelligence relating to acts of terrorism. It also assists in gathering information relating to threats to high-profile figures. The...

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AN ABOUT FACE ON CLICO

Committee seeking feedback on self-governance issue A committee comprising Tobago-born attorneys Christlyn Moore and Martin George and political scientist Hamid Ghany was appointed by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to hold public meetings throughout the sister isle in an effort to get feedback on the Green Paper on self governance for Tobago. Persad-Bissessar disclosed this at the People's Partnership second anniversary celebrations at Old Market Square, Scarborough Tobago on Saturday. She said following the consideration of comments received, the Government proposes to publish a White Paper containing its policy for internal self-governance for Tobago and draft legislation to implement that policy. Persad-Bissessar said her Government,...

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A MATTER OF DECORUM

Okay! Would somebody tell retired Court of Appeal judge Anthony Lucky that it just does not seem proper for his name, face and title to be plastered all over an advertisement for a private, family-run school teaching law. Okay! Would somebody tell retired Court of Appeal judge Anthony Lucky that it just does not seem proper for his name, face and title to be plastered all over an advertisement for a private, family-run school teaching law. Justice Lucky has never been one to shy away from a microphone or a camera or an invitation, but really he ought to re-think this present...

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LEARNING THE LESSONS OF LAW

Apart from the sensationalism, emotion and the general hue and cry generated by the unvarnished comments of the learned Justice of Appeal Stanley John Apart from the sensationalism, emotion and the general hue and cry generated by the unvarnished comments of the learned Justice of Appeal Stanley John , with regards to the performance and functioning of magistrates, there seems to be a larger issue at stake here on the question of continuing legal education for both members of the Bench and Bar, even from the magisterial level all the way up to the Court of Appeal. We have seen in the past...

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ROAD TO SILKEN SEDUCTION

It is indeed heartening to see that the Honourable Attorney General has decided that there needs to be an overhaul of the entire system for the assessment and award of silk in this country. What is of some disquiet though, is that by appointing Mr Samraj Harripaul, the chairman of the Law Reform Commission to prepare a Green Paper in this regard, he unfortunately places Mr Harripaul in a rather invidious position. Mr Harripaul was among this very group of silks which has attracted so much attention and scrutiny, so that any recommendations, proposals or suggestions emanating from him in...

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INTERVIEW WITH MARTIN GEORGE REGARDING JACK WARNER’S SECRET

Attorney at Law Martin George speaks about the Jack Warner Extradition.  In this Interview Mr. George says the statement made by Mr. Blazer is not one of recent but was made two(2)years ago and has only been recently released. The approach or attack is not just made towards Sepp Blatter but to the Present Government of Trinidad and Tobago. Martin George also goes on to speak about the Interpol Red Notice issued to Trinidad and Tobago  by the United States for the arrest of Mr. Warner.       https://youtu.be/9RVlb-zExnU?list=PLpHePWOfHLtbkV41AieGTRmzZ7UuSlNBo...

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WRONGFUL DEATH CASE DRAGS ON

DEPUTY Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington has expressed concern that a private charge against three medical doctors for allegedly causing the unlawful death of a patient, has been dragging on for far too long. Since July 2013, Lorne Ramsumair filed a private complaint against doctors for allegedly causing the unlawful death of his wife Chrystal Ramsumair-Boodoo, at San Fernando General Hospital. The woman is said to have bled to death after giving birth via caesarean section in 2011. Three surgical operations were done to save her life, but to no avail. The private complaint hearing came up before Wellington yesterday in the San...

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ABOUT PARLIAMENT

14th - 19th Centuries Trinidad, "discovered" by Christopher Columbus in 1498 was to pass under the governance of the Spanish, French and English with full power ceded to the British in the eighteenth century. 1879: British House of Commons considered the question of the future of Trinidad and Tobago and decided to reject a request by the resident planters for a bicameral legislature and internal self-government. Crown Colony Government The British decided to impose Crown Colony Government in which a resident Legislative Council under the authority of a Governor, could advise the British Government but had no effective control over the island, since British...

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