Tales From The COURTS

10 responses to “Tales From The COURTS

  1. Interesting.

    In what could be a first in Barbados’ judicial system, Justice Elneth Kentish yesterday removed herself from the case Coach House Limited versus Joseph Jordan III, informing the No. 12 Supreme Court that she had referred the case to Chief Justice Marston Gibson for a new date because she would also be commencing litigation

  2. Interesting times Hantsie!

  3. It is interesting to hear Lashley critiqing the justice system. Of course BU has laid bare the matter on several occasions.

    http://www.barbadostoday.bb/2013/01/22/lashes/

    Unfortunately in a debate in the House last week Lashley was full of praise for Director of Public Prosecutions Leacock who is part of the problem of an inefficient justice system.

  4. On the “Welcome” site could not be responded any more, so we take the liberty to place a word over here.

    It is nice to have people speaking out. To a democratic system this can only give that system life by making sure that different opinions can be spoken out and that people have the opportunity to go into discussion in a friendly manner, respecting each liberty and freedom of speech.

    In all circumstances there should be a “search for the truth” and a “defence of truth.” People sharing their thoughts and giving the right to reply is one way of providing discussion ground and a ground for lying open the reality of what happens or happened.

    In certain countries actions should come from “underground”, but to be democratic they may never be “under” or “below” the ethical grounds. We do hope you are willing to represent matters as they also can be proven to be so, and in an honest opinion. Always taking care that no corruption can creep in and everybody knows from which point of view something is looked at.

    Good luck with your writing.

  5. Johhny Macguire

    Public sector reform??? How about a public officer, in relation to the sale / auction of land, saying that ‘no court can tell him what to do/’, while the ownership of the land in question is in court dispute?

    How about, contrary to court order and in contempt of court, a person can sell property that is under court dispute, and get the money to his new location, Florida? This happened.

    With no reaction by said court? How is this ENABLED?

    As your lawyer Amused says, the legal system is broke, and there are those who know ‘how’ to get things done, however THAT is.

    Mr. Editor, I have a story to send you, when the appropriate time comes.

    And it shows the ineptness of the courts at dealing with some who literally holds them in contempt, and a query as to enablement by public officials who themselves need investigating. And lawyers, what lawyer presides over a sale he knows is in contempt of court?

    There are people who need investigating, no mind the person who was able to hoodwink and scheme to avoid court orders in Barbados, was himself investigated by the FBI previously, for money laundering.

  6. Very interesting, you may send details so that we can investigate further and get BU’s legal eagles, of which there are quite a few, to have a look.

  7. Wow, superb blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is great, let alone the content!. Thanks For Your article about Tales From The COURTS | Barbados Underground .

  8. I love this website this is my first time visiting. I find that the high court of Barbados is just for government workers. I have a case there where that the judges are being bias because the other party is a police officer. then Mr marston Gibson made a court order that was actually stopping me from getting a job. I mean recession is in but I would have had the jobs if this particular court order was not done the way it was. the court order was done in a way that it only benefits one party and it was not me.

    Even with the Ms. Kentish removing herself from that case, I think I will try to get her remover from my case also. but I really like your website and I think it is a good idea that you a articles about TALES FROM THE COURT. Please continue the good work

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