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Paul Anthony Hume Ebanks continued to take money from people by representing that it was for Caymanian status or permanent residence even after he suspected the offer was a scam, he told a court on Tuesday.
Charles Glidden, former press secretary to the premier from 2010 to 2013, gave evidence last week in the trial of Paul Anthony Hume Ebanks, who is accused of collecting $164,700 largely by falsely representing that cash was required as payment for a legitimate grant of Caymanian status or permanent residency.
One of the biggest tax fraud trials ever held in France may hinge on the contents of trusts in the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas and Guernsey.
A judge ruled last week that evidence presented in the case of a man charged with rape and indecent assault did not make her sure of the man’s guilt.
A man sentenced to 12 years for rape and indecent assault has had his appeal against conviction dismissed by the Privy Council.
A judge ordered the jury in the trial of Sandra Catron to find her not guilty Tuesday, after he determined there was a “fatal flaw” in the charges.
MLA Winston Connolly was among four witnesses who gave evidence Monday in the trial of Sandra Catron, charged with eight counts of uttering a false document.
A Grand Court jury began hearing evidence on Wednesday in the case of Tonie Elford Bush, who has pleaded not guilty to possession of an unlicensed firearm.
A Cayman Islands travel agent blamed cash flow problems, which led to the eventual closure of the business, for several customers being left stranded without valid airline tickets.
A travel agent took more than $25,000 in cash from customers but failed to provide them with valid airline tickets, a court heard Tuesday.
Tamara Olita Butler was sentenced to life imprisonment on Friday for the October 2014 murder of her daughter Bethany, who was six years old. However, under new legislation, she may be eligible to apply for release in 26 years and 191 days.
Tamara Butler was sentenced on Friday morning to serve 26-plus years for murdering her six-year-old daughter in October, 2014. New legal requirements state that...
The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal released its reasons last week for its dismissal of Philip Turner Rose’s appeal against a rape conviction.
Two eyewitnesses form the crucial part of the Crown’s case against brothers Osbourne Douglas, 29, and Justin Ramoon, 24, on a charge of murder, all counsel agreed on Friday.
Attorneys for Osbourne Douglas and Justin Ramoon called no evidence after the conclusion of the prosecution’s case against them for murder.
The promise of permanent residence in exchange for money was a “cynical exploitation of vulnerable victims,” Justice Charles Quin declared on Tuesday when he sentenced two women to prison for obtaining property by deception.
Footage from closed circuit television cameras at more than four locations is part of the Crown’s case against Osbourne Wilfred Douglas and Justin D’Angelo Ramoon, whose trial for the murder of Jason Powery began last week.
Jeffrey Barnes has lost his appeal against the sentence of life imprisonment for rape.
Michelle Bouchard was sentenced to 12 years in prison Thursday after a Grand Court jury found her guilty of 25 out of 26 charges of dishonesty.
A Grand Court jury of four men and three women retired Wednesday afternoon to consider evidence in the trial of Michelle Bouchard.
Jason Powery was part of the so-called Birch Tree Hill gang and had received death threats in the months before he was shot dead outside a George Town bar, a court heard Wednesday.
Amid the squawking of feral chickens and the barking of a junk yard dog, Grand Court convened Wednesday in the unusual confines of a cramped Scranton back alley.
The Crown and defense wrapped up their closing statements in Michelle Bouchard’s theft trial Tuesday, both referring at times to the defendant’s journal, extracts of which had been read out in court earlier.
Michelle Bouchard and the man she is accused of stealing from became engaged in early 2012, she told Justice Paul Worsley on Thursday.
The trial of two police officers accused of using excessive force against a person in custody by discharging tasers at him has been adjourned...
Cayman Islands businessmen Canover Watson and Jeffrey Webb made up a bogus employment contract for Webb and used a Cayman Islands Football Association employee...
Hours before government officials signed what became known as the CarePay contract, behind-the-scenes negotiations on the five-year, US$13 million deal were still occurring, Canover Watson testified in his criminal trial last week.