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Article 48 – A HAIR-RAISING EXPERIENCE – DISCRIMINATION IN A MODERN SOCIETY – DO WE NEED A “CROWN” ACT IN T&T?

By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-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 Historically, discrimination has proven to be one of the more controversial issues faced by individuals, certain segments of society, and certain classes of persons in a society as a whole. Broadly speaking, discrimination has to do with the unequal, inequitable or unfair treatment of different people or...

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Article 47-Apparent Bias in a Court of Superior Record or a Tribunal – Grounds for asking a Judge to be removed from a Case

Article 47 Apparent Bias in a Court of Superior Record or a Tribunal – Grounds for asking a Judge to be removed from a Case By: Mr. Martin George Attorney-at-law  Martin Anthony George & Co. (Research Assistance provided by  Darrell 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 Often, in proceedings before a superior court of record such as the Supreme Court of Judicature of Trinidad and Tobago, which consists...

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THA Budget Allocation of $4.54B

THA Budget Allocation of $5.54B https://youtu.be/Zjt_psOzDBw The President of the Tobago Business Chamber, Martin George, speaks on The Morning Brew about the THA $4.54B Budget Allocations. Mr. George highlighted the timing of the THA budget compared to the national budget. He emphasizes that the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago should call upon their leaders for greater financial accountability and responsibility. THA Budget Allocation of $4.54B ...

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Landlords – Tenants – Land Scams – Know your rights

Landlords - Tenants - Land Scams Attorney at Law Martin George speaks on Rise and Shine on Tobago channel 5 about landlords' rights, tenants' rights, and land scams. https://youtu.be/gNUl7VRK1Rk Landlords - Tenants - Land Scams Rights of Landlords and Tenants and Land Scams Attorney at Law Martin George speaks on Rise and Shine on Tobago Channel 5 ...

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PNM senator: Audio recording no nine-day wonder

PNM senator: Audio recording no nine-day wonder PNM SENATOR Laurence Hislop has said the controversial audio recording of two THA officials allegedly discussing using state funds to hire people to carry out a social media propaganda campaign will not be a “nine-day wonder.” Chief Secretary Farley Augustine addressed the issue last Friday, in a pre-recorded public briefing, alleging a contractor was responsible for the audio leak. He also alleged that weeks before, the contractor had threatened to release the recording if the THA did not pay the money it owed to his company. On the Minority Report on Tuesday night, Hislop said the issue...

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Leaked Audio Recording – Tobago Affairs

Leaked Audio Recording - Tobago Affairs The Head of the Tobago Business Chamber, Martin George, speaks on Morning Edition about the leaked audio recording allegedly involving Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Farley Augustine and another member. https://youtu.be/YjquS7yRYOs Leaked Audio Recording - Tobago Affairs ...

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Tobago chamber head: Farley’s public briefing opened Pandora’s box

Farley's public briefing - Tobago chamber head: Farley's public briefing opened Pandora's box THE Tobago Business Chamber believes THA Chief Secretary Farley Augustine’s pre-recorded public briefing on Friday has opened a Pandora’s Box. “The public briefing from Farley Augustine ranged from the absurd to the bizarre to the theatre of the macabre with unspecified allegations against individuals, allegations of victimisation, of trying to strong arm him, of trying to blackmail him and it just went on and on in a wide-ranging, rambling diatribe, which really ended up raising more questions than answers and actually opened a Pandora’s Box of other issues,” chamber...

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Probe into leaked audio, the identity of speakers, and possible breach of law…

ACP to probe leaked audio Police team looks into the identity of speakers, possible breach of law… Assistant Commissioner of Police Wendell Lucas has been appointed to investigate a leaked audio recording allegedly involving Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Farley Augustine and another member. This was confirmed yesterday by Deputy Commissioner of Police Curt Simon while speaking with the Express. Simon indicated that Lucas, who is the head of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service’s (TTPS) White Collar Crime Division, was tasked with investigating the recording on Wednesday—the same day that THA Minority Leader Kelvon Morris and political leader of the...

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Anti-corruption officers head to Tobago – COPS PROBE THA VOICE NOTE

Anti-corruption officers head to Tobago WHILE Tobago awaits a response from Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Farley Augustine on a leaked voice recording said to be of two THA officials discussing the use of public funds to hire people to carry out a political propaganda campaign, officers of the Anti-Corruption Investigation Bureau (ACIB) and Fraud Squad are probing the matter. Despite the uproar since the recording's release in May, Augustine has remained silent on the matter. Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police for Intelligence and Investigations Curt Simon confirmed to Newsday on Tuesday that police are looking into the recording. He said, "My...

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