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Timothy Paul Sobers

Sobers caught

Convicted man Timothy Paul Sobers who is on remand at Dodds awaiting...
Alexa Hoffmann

Silence in court

The Mia Mottley-administration is yet to respond to a challenge lodged...

Drug case adjourned

A 30-year-old landscaper has denied marijuana and cocaine charges...

Lawyer’s standing remains intact

For now Phillip Nicholls’ name continues to be listed on register of...

Unwanted advances

Richard Eric Fields took his infatuation for a woman too far earlier...

Alleyne has 2020 court date

A maintenance man has not only been warned to stay away from the...
A happy Pedro Ellis and his mother leaving the Supreme Court complex today flanked by Queen’s Counsel Larry Smith (right) and attorney-at-law Kashka Hemans (left). (Picture by Fernella Wedderburn.)

Ellis freed

A man found not guilty of murder two weeks ago, was today freed from...
Rosalind Smith-Millar

BAR Association cannot stop attorneys from...

The Barbados Bar Association cannot prevent any lawyer from committing...
Jamar Ganesh Nervais (right) and John Andre Medford leaving the Supreme Court complex this afternoon after being acquitted of aggravated burglary.

Men freed of burglary charge

“I feel good. Justice has been served!” Those were the words of...

Deported after guilty plea to wounding

A Jamaican male who wounded a female countrywoman was handed over to...
Kirk Douglas Francis (FP)

Francis accused of robbing sibling

An allegation that he stole from his brother has landed a repeat...

Scott remanded to Dodds

A 33-year-old tiler from Military Road, Bush Hall, St Michael is on...
Timothy Paul Sobers

Sobers admits to assault charge

While standing in line at a supermarket a 40-year-old man saw a...
Roshawne Romario Gibbs

Bail denied

A defence lawyer has claimed her objection to a “one fits all...

Tearful accused gets bail

A 56-year-old man must stay at least 200 yards away from a female...

Closing arguments tomorrow

Two accused closed their case today after hearing the evidence from...
Christopher Blackman, QC

Employment Tribunal ‘hopes for CCJ clarity’

Several “grey areas” in the Employment Rights Act will require the...

Man denies stealing diesel

A 28-year-old unemployed man has been remanded for at least the next...

Youth on gun charge remanded

Seven charges, among them for firearm and ammunition were leveled...
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