ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – (Post Time 4:30PM) - Kenyetta Boynes was today December 19, 2014 remanded to prison when he appeared before Senior Magistrate Tamia Richards to answer to the charge of unlawful possession of a prohibited weapon, ammunition and unlawful possession of 16.8 grams of a controlled drug.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – It would not be until the crack of the New Year 2015 that the two Virgin Gorda men Jevon Demming and Sherman Williams will know how long they would be behind bars having been found guilty of attempted murder and one thing the Crown asked the Judge to consider is the injury to Mr Neil St. Rose’s scrotum area.
BALSUM GHUT, Tortola, VI – Sylon S. Forbes was one of three inmates at Her Majesty’s Prison, Balsum Ghut who testified as to the benefits derived from their participation in the recently concluded rehabilitation programmes.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The very small number of private legal practitioners that choose to operate in the High Court has been identified as one the critical reasons for some of the challenges faced in the completion of trials at the High Court level in the Virgin Islands.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Today December 12, 2014 two of three men implicated in the murder of Cornel Melbourne Francis, Kavarne Richards and Jefferson Joseph, appeared before Magistrate Ayana Baptiste-DaBreo when the court heard of a $13k price for the life of the now deceased man.
BALSUM GHUT, Tortola, VI – As families, relatives, friends and otherwise concerned persons gathered for the graduation ceremony of a group of inmates at Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP) rehabilitation programmes, they heard that there are many not in prison but have the same problems like the inmates.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Police are asking for public assistance identifying two suspects, one who is possibly injured, who fled the scene after being confronted by officers near the Band Stand in Long Bush early this morning.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - “I think the word challenging might best surmise this assizes and it was challenging and I am sure that some might say sometimes frustrating in that we were unable to have that continuous flow that we certainly may have liked,” said Senior Crown Counsel Mr Valston Graham.