Tag: Supreme Court

Supreme Court taking every precaution to ensure health, safety of staff

Supreme Court taking every precaution to ensure health, safety of staff

- April 23, 2021

The Supreme Court notes with consternation the publication of an extremely misleading article under the hand of one Richard Millington, ... Read More

Supreme Court launches public education campaign

Supreme Court launches public education campaign

- December 9, 2020

─ to build trust, confidence in judiciary during pandemic The Supreme Court of Judicature today launched its Public Education and ... Read More

Court hearings remain suspended, remote sittings to continue – Supreme Court announces

Court hearings remain suspended, remote sittings to continue – Supreme Court announces

- April 26, 2020

−as measures extended in fight against COVID“In person” hearings remain suspended, remote sittings to continue DPI, Guyana - Sunday, April ... Read More

Court to argue opposition’s “discovery” application on Tuesday

Court to argue opposition’s “discovery” application on Tuesday

- March 23, 2020

DPI, Guyana, Monday, March 23, 2020 The judicial hearing into the injunction against the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) will continue ... Read More

44 trials, 31 convictions at Sexual Offences Court

44 trials, 31 convictions at Sexual Offences Court

- September 23, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Monday, September 23, 2019 The Sexual Offences Court in Guyana has been making significant headway in bringing perpetrators ... Read More

Constitutional judiciary and new-wave democracy

Constitutional judiciary and new-wave democracy

- March 17, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, March 17, 2019 The new American Ambassador to Guyana, Sarah-Ann Lynch, seems to have already rolled up ... Read More

Charandass was duty bound to vote for the list from which his name was extracted – SC Neil Boston

Charandass was duty bound to vote for the list from which his name was extracted – SC Neil Boston

- January 24, 2019

−Says there’s no such thing as ‘conscience vote’ DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 24, 2018 Oral arguments on the Compton Reid ... Read More

Ram committed error using statutory interpretation of constitution – AG Williams

Ram committed error using statutory interpretation of constitution – AG Williams

- January 23, 2019

─ says government remains functional until new President sworn in ─ Chief Justice to make ruling on Jan 31 DPI, ... Read More

AG chamber makes submission to Court on December 21 vote

AG chamber makes submission to Court on December 21 vote

- January 18, 2019

– rebuttals will be heard by January 21 – oral arguments have been set for January 23 and 24 DPI, ... Read More

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