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‘Tear drop’ granted bail after robbery charge

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A short lived social media celebrity was on Wednesday granted $75,000 bail, when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court on a robbery charge.

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Constable charged with rape of teen granted bail

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Ewin Trotman, 59 years of New Jersey Street, Blueberry Hill, Linden, a Retired Detective Sergeant and currently a Rural Constable on full-time duty, attached to the Criminal Investigation Department of the Wismar Police Station, appeared before Senior Magistrate, Mr. Clive Nurse at the Linden Magistrate’s Court this morning, charged with ...

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Accomplice in botched robbery appeared in court

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One week after his accomplice was shot dead, 23-year-old Mark Griffith was arraigned at the Sparendaam’s Magistrates’ Court to answer to a charge of attempted robbery.

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Ex-cop remanded to prison after charge of harbouring wanted criminals

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An ex-cop was on Tuesday remanded to prison when he stood on trial at the Linden’s Magistrate’s Court on a charge of harbouring two of the four high profile criminals, still on the run.

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Leave granted to AG to file an Affidavit in Answer in the Sleepin Hotel lawsuit

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In the matter of Bacchus v Guyana National Newspapers Limited and the Editor of the Chronicle Newspaper, which came up for hearing on Friday the 25th August, 2017, an application for an injunction restraining the Defendants by themselves, their servants and/or agents and each and everyone of them from publishing ...

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President’s interference with PSC: Court to hear arguments on Applicant’s locus standi

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The Attorney General on the 24th day of August, 2017, filed an application seeking to dismiss the matter, which was filed by former Attorney General, Mr. Mohabir Anil Nandlall concerning the the instructional letter dispatched from the Ministry of the Presidency to the Police Service Commission, on the grounds that the ...

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9 years sentence for con artist

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A con artist was on Friday jailed for 9 years when he appeared before Magistrate, Judy Latchman at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer to a fraud charge.

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Licensed firearm owner charged for shooting at alleged robber

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A 43-year-old Linden resident was on Wednesday arraigned and placed on $50,000 bail at the Georgetown Magistrates Court for discharging a loaded firearm at a man who allegedly tried to rob him [Linden resident].

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Two multinational companies write Guyana Chronicle about libelous articles

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Two more companies, to wit, Yokohoma Trading Company and Pasha Global Inc., through their attorney-at-law, Mr. Mohabir Anil Nandlall have written to the Guyana Chronicle requesting that entity to withdraw and apologize for articles they have published, allegedly slandering the reputation and images of said companies.

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Harmon’s instructional letter to PSC challenged in the High Court

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Former Attorney General, Mr. Mohabir Anil Nandlall has filed legal proceedings against the Government of Guyana. This came as a result of the letter dispatched to the Police Service Commission (PSC) by Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon purportedly acting on behalf of the President.

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