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DALY BREAD: I have no confidence left in the JLSC

The furore arising from the appointment as a High Court judge, subsequent resignation and the purported “restoration” of Mrs Marcia Ayers-Caesar, the former Chief Magistrate, as a magistrate has not died down. However, as the story emerges, public opinion now contains feelings of mercy for Mrs Marcia Ayers-Caesar. I am …

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PP scared of speedy divorce

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan admitted to a crisis yesterday but it was not the one that Chief Justice Ivor Archie and the rest of Trinidad and Tobago was most worried about. The Chief Justice and the Law Association chided the Government about the haste in proclaiming the Administration of Justice …

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T&T ponders 17th century policing initiative

Scene: Office of the Minister of Justice The telephone rings. “Good morning, Herbert Volney speaking.” “Good morning, Minister. This is Chief Justice Ivor Archie.” “Aah, Ivor. Good to hear from you, my boy. What can I do for you today?” “Well, Minister, I’m rather concerned about your statements about conducting …

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