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Phillip Turner Rose was sentenced to 14 years imprisonment after Chief Justice Anthony Smellie found him guilty on four counts of raping his ex-girlfriend, one count of abduction, two of assault and one of harassing her via telecommunications services.
Conviction for consuming ganja resulted in loss of a student visa for a young man who had been studying in the US.
The theme of independence was a common thread linking keynote presentations at the recent 50-50 Conference hosted by University College of the Cayman Islands last week.
More than five years after the Cayman Islands Government exercised its powers of compulsory acquisition of private property in order to build the East-West Arterial Highway, about 40 per cent of compensation claims have yet to be settled.
Next week, dozens of speakers will converge on the University College of the Cayman Islands campus to discuss the past and future of the Caribbean.
Controversial discussions on the George Town cruise ship berthing facility are kept under wraps a while longer.
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie has been appointed to serve on Judicial Steering Committee of INSOL International.
Takeisha McLean was sentenced to 12 months in jail after Chief Justice Anthony Smellie said dishonesty by a person in a position of trust requires immediate imprisonment.
Deveo Anglin, 26, was sentenced to imprisonment for life after being found guilty of the murder of Carlo Webster at the Next Level Night Club in 2009.
Devon Anglin was found guilty on Friday evening of murdering Carlo Webster at the Next Level Night Club in September 2009.
Attorneys in Cayman are voluntarily adopting a code of conduct while they wait for passage of a Legal Practitioners Bill that will include one.LI
A clinic is being set up to assist persons who qualify for legal aid and to provide law students.
At the ceremonial opening of Grand Court on Wednesday, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie thanked police for the guard of honour, which he said symbolised their support for the administration of justice.
The Bill of Rights, which comes into effect in November, includes the right to trial within a reasonable time, but lack of sufficient court rooms could be a problem.
There were seven murder trials during 2011, with defendants in six of them choosing to be tried by judge alone.
Having elected trial by judge alone for the murder of Carlo Webster at Next Level Night Club, Devon Anglin now awaits the verdict of Chief Justice Anthony Smellie.
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie rejected an application by Devon Anglin's attorneys to lift an order for two Crown witnesses to remain anonymous.
Forensic video analyst Grant Fredericks explined the techniques bywhich he said he was able to track Devon Anglin during the almost three hours he was at the Next Level Night Club the night Carlo Webster was fatally shot.
The trial of Devon Anglin for the 2009 murder of Carlo Webster began on Thursdfay with an anonymous witness and a trip to the former Next Level Night Club.
Trial began on Thursday for Devon Anglin, who is accused of murdering Carlo Webster at the Next Level Night Club on 10 September 2009.
Not all judicial administration records are exempt from Cayman's open records law.
Chief Magistrate Margaret Ramsay-Hale was lauded for her innovative work in the Cayman Islands.
A man who said he used cocaine occasionally lost his appeal against conviction for possession with intent to supply.
Chief justice defends the judicial system in the Cayman Islands.
An attorney plans to appeal Larry Ricketts’ conviction for the October 2008 murder of Estella Scott Roberts
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie was among regional heads of judiciary who met to discuss tenchology in the courts.
Cayman's crime woes are being mirrored across the Caribbean and in the UK.
Justice Richard Williams took his oath of office this week, filling the Grand Court vacancy left by the removal of Justice Priya Levers.
Justice Ian Forte was honoured on Friday at a special sitting and reception to mark his retirement from the Cayaman Islands Court of Appeal.
A paper delivered by Chief Justice Anthony Smellie at a Singapore conference on insolvency can now be read on the judicial website.
Justice Richard Williams of the Turks and Caicos Supreme Court will join the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands on 12 September.
The courts have many factors to consider in passing sentence.
The Summary Courts deal with a wide range of alleged offences and have a number of dispositions available.
A visiting UK judge finds himself bewildered by the inner workings of the Operation Tempura corruption investigation.
Former Governor Stuart Jack escapes a lawsuit, but the former head of the Operation Tempura investigation isn't so lucky.
A number of decisions made over the course of the ill-fated Operation Tempura corruption investigation were questioned by visiting United Kingdom Justice Sir Alan Moses during an open court hearing last week.
Cayman is looking for a few good judges.
Derek Norwood Jones was admitted to practice as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands by Chief Justice Anthony Smellie QC on the application of law firm Higgs & Johnson.
Ramon Alberga QC was honoured last week with a portrait for display in the Law Courts Building to mark the 60th anniversary of his call to the bar.
Cayman courts need judges.
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie and other speakers at the opening of Grand Court on Wednesday recommended ways to address concerns about crime.
Details of a complaint filed last year by the former leading members of a corruption and misconduct investigation in Cayman have now surfaced in the British press.
Former Clerk of Court Valdis Foldats has been appointed Magistrate until the end of March.