· May, 2014

Stories about Law from May, 2014

What the Caribbean Should Learn from Dana Seetahal

  6 May 2014

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog posts the latest developments in the Dana Seetahal murder investigation, while Barbados Underground says that “the news of how she died should be worrying to Caribbean citizens for many reasons.”

It's Not Easy Being Black in Cuba

  6 May 2014

The worst news for black and mixed-race Cubans is that there are no independent legal institutions that protect them in the face of government neglect. Iván's File Cabinet reports that non-whites are still marginalized in Cuba.

Caribbean Joins Fight to #BringBackOurGirls

  5 May 2014

If our own children were to go missing we would want the world to come to a standstill and help us find them. We…ask that…you consider why so often women’s bodies become the battlefields upon which wars are fought. This is not a problem that involves a small town in...

Trinidad & Tobago: Good vs. Evil

  5 May 2014

I had to tell the children that unlike the movies and TV shows Good does not always conquer Evil. However we must not let that stop us from fighting Evil. Continue to fight for Good. TriniMummy tries her best to make sense of attorney Dana Seetahal's death.

Philippine Police Adopts e-Subpoena System

  4 May 2014

To prevent delay in the resolution of court cases caused by non-attendance of police witnesses, the Philippine government has launched an online-based subpoena system. The process will involve the court and the Philippine National Police (PNP): The Courts, through its court administrator, will send the various subpoenas to particular PNP...

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