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Drug Convict Fined $10,000

A plea of mitigation by attorney Francis Paul, begging for a non-custodial sentence, saved the accused from incarceration at the Richmond Hill Prison but did not prevent a ten thousand dollars fine to be paid in two months or he will serve one year in prison.   In addition, he faces a two-year suspended sentence and if he is caught ...

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CCJ holds first sitting in Grenada

Days after Grenadians voted a resounding no to Grenada acceding to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as their final appellate court over the London-base Privy Council at a national referendum, the CCJ held it first sitting in Grenada via video conference in its Original Jurisdiction.  Last Friday a disgruntled Grenadian family who claimed that their rights to free movement ...

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St. Mark Resident Charged With Child Pornography

A St. Mark’s resident is charged with child pornography. A 26-year-old construction worker was arrested and charged at the weekend with child pornography, after allegedly sending nude photos to an underage male via social media platform. Sheldon Alexander of Samaritan in St. Mark’s appeared at the Gouyave Magistrate’s Court on Monday 12th November 2018, charged with the offence of child ...

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Grenadians Reject the CCJ for the Second Time

A whopping two thousand, two hundred and eighty-seven (2,287) votes separated the “no” votes from the “yes” votes as Grenadians rejected a call to embrace the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) over the London-based Privy Council as the Final Appellate Court for the second time in two years.  The November 6th Referendum saw just about 28% of registered voters in ...

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2 Businessmen Among 3 Charged in Black Forest Drug Bust

Two of the three men charged in connection with last Wednesday’s drug bust in the vicinity of Black Forest in St. George’s that resulted in the seizure of a quantity of cocaine are attached to reputable business outlets in Grenada.   Daniel Diego Peters, no stranger to the justice system and leading promoter in the north of the island, Decauris Fransico ...

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2 Businessmen Among 3 Charged in Black Forest Drug Bust

Two of the three men charged in connection with last Wednesday’s drug bust in the vicinity of Black Forest in St. George’s that resulted in the seizure of a quantity of cocaine are attached to reputable business outlets in Grenada.   Daniel Diego Peters, no stranger to the justice system and leading promoter in the north of the island, Decauris Fransico ...

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2 Businessmen Among 3 Charged in Black Forest Drug Bust

Two of the three men charged in connection with last Wednesday’s drug bust in the vicinity of Black Forest in St. George’s that resulted in the seizure of a quantity of cocaine are attached to reputable business outlets in Grenada.   Daniel Diego Peters, no stranger to the justice system and leading promoter in the north of the island, Decauris Fransico ...

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Four fishermen charged with Non- Capital Murder

Four young fishermen all from the village of Grand Roy in St. John’s have been remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison on an indictable charge of non-capital murder for their alleged involvement in last Thursday’s fatal stabbing of a Jamaican national who presently resides in Grenada.  The four, Clint Toussaint 33, Tyronne Francis 23, Rafim Andrew 25 and Anthony Chase ...

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