Magistrate At District “A” Criminal Court Next Week

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Members of the public are advised that matters will be heard in the District “A” Criminal Court No. 1 from Monday, November 12. Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson, and Registrar, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, today issued a joint apology to members of the Bar and the public for the absence of a Magistrate at the court over the past week. “We regret …

Relocation Of Court Matters

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

Members of the public are advised that matters to be heard at the District “A” Criminal Court, Coleridge Street, Bridgetown, tomorrow, Saturday, October 20, and on Saturday, October 27, will be heard at the St. Matthias Magistrate’s Court. Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, explained that this was to allow work to be conducted at the Coleridge Street premises. …

Jurors Asked To Report To Court On Monday

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Jurors assigned to Criminal Court No. 5, presided over by Justice Pamela Beckles, are asked to report to the Cane Garden Municipal Complex, Cane Garden, St. Thomas, on Monday, July 23, at 9:00 a.m. See also: READ MORE Magistrate At District “A” Criminal Cour… anemptytextlline READ MORE Relocation Of Court Matters anemptytextlline READ MORE Jurors To Report To Cane Garden …

Jurors To Report To Cane Garden

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Jurors assigned to the Criminal Court No. 2 presided over by Justice Randall Worrell, are asked to report to the Cane Garden, St. Thomas complex on Tuesday, July 3, at 9:00 a.m. Meanwhile, those assigned to Criminal Court No. 5, presided over by Justice Pamela Beckles, are asked to report to the same facility on Monday, July 2, at 9:00 …

Reducing The Backlog Of Court Cases

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With approximately 950 criminal cases before the High Court, some of which were outstanding from 2003, Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall, has made it clear that changes have to be made. Among the options being examined are mediation for civil cases; abandoning older cases; and maximum sentence indications (guilty pleas). These issues came to the fore …

AG Says Court System High Amongst Priorities

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Barbados’ judicial system will feature high on the list of priorities for Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall. Following early discussions with Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson, Mr. Marshall has disclosed that the court system should expect to see the establishment of specialised courts and the additional appointment of three judges to alleviate the backlog. The Attorney …

Jurors Asked To Report For Court Later

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All waiting jurors assigned to Criminal Court No. 2 for the period Monday, January 8, to Friday, February 23, are asked to report for jury duty on Monday, January 29, at 1:00 p.m., instead of 9:00 a.m. as previously instructed. Any inconvenience caused is regretted. See also: READ MORE Magistrate At District “A” Criminal Cour… anemptytextlline READ MORE Relocation Of …