A George Town resident pleaded guilty in Summary Court on Tuesday to a charge of importing 204 tablets of the controlled drug Alprazolam, sold under the trade name Xanax, without lawful excuse or authorisation to do so.
An employer appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday facing eight charges of failing without reasonable cause to provide a pension plan or make contributions to a pension plan for employees, with one of the charges dating from Jan. 1, 1999.
Trial got under way on Wednesday for three men who admitted their involvement with ganja, but denied any knowledge of a firearm, ammunition and cocaine found inside packages of the illegal vegetable matter.
Trial continued in Grand Court on Friday for Judith Francia Douglas, who has pleaded not guilty to obtaining more than $1.9 million from an American man by falsely representing that the money was required for him to get permanent residence, status and a Caymanian passport.
Trial began in Grand Court on Thursday for a woman accused of obtaining more than $1.9 million by deception in what Crown counsel Toyin Salako called a “scam” involving permanent residence and Caymanian status.
The trial of a woman charged with reckless and negligent acts did not go ahead as planned on Tuesday because neither a complainant nor an interpreter was present after the matter was adjourned from last December.
A prison term of 15 years for possession of cocaine with intent to supply was reduced to 10 years and two months after defense attorney Gregory Burke successfully appealed the Summary Court sentencing of Jolyon Arick Frederick, who had pleaded guilty to the charge.