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Olympic gold medallist and canoeing world champion Lisa Carrington's career on the water has only just begun, writes Alan Perrott Even if they could remember who won, it wouldn't matter...Several bigger girls had already refused to enter the water
States Supreme Court in January denied a quiet request made by lawyers acting on behalf of Steve Ferguson to get the Supreme Court to find that Ferguson should not have to answer questions in a long-running $662 million lawsuit in relation to the
Sunday, April 7 2013 UNC financiers, Ishwar Galbaransingh and Steve Ferguson, will have to fork out approximately $7 million to pay the States legal costs, after Justice Mira Dean-Armorer last Friday rejected the duos appeal against Parliaments
Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act does not take away any of the rights of the defendants in the Piarco Airport fraud case, but puts them back in the position they were in prior to the enactment of the
Cabinet were misled when the controversial Section 34 clause of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Offences) Act was passed and proclaimed as law, lead counsel representing former UNC financier Steve Ferguson, told a High Court judge yesterday.
General Anand Ramlogan yesterday suggested UNC patrons Ishwar Galbaransingh and Steve Ferguson had also financed the PNM, as he dismissed the Oppositions censure motion against him as amusing and entertaining. Although he spoke for his full speaking
Sunday Newsday was reliably informed that Senior Counsel Fyard Hosein and Michael Quamina were fired from the legal team representing the ministry on October 5, via e-mail. The e-mails were sent to the attorneys from the ministry, informing them that
Steve Ferguson is among at least three persons who have mounted fresh legal challenges against the State, this time challenging as unconstitutional the move to have the Parliament retroactively repeal the controversial Section 34 of the
Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard has added his voice to the raging public rancour over the controversial Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, saying its proclamation on Independence Day also took him by surprise.
Steve Ferguson and Ishwar Galbaransingh have all intentions of fighting for their freedom from prosecution for fraud, despite the repeal of the controversial Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act. The two, as well