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US to assist Jamaica with Plea Bargining sensitization

WASHINGTON, DC, December 22, 2016 - The US State Department has agreed to assist the Jamaican Government in introducing the concept of plea bargaining to the island’s justice system with a view to reducing the backlog within the nation’s courts.
  • Published in Justice

'Game changing' Arbitration Bill tabled in Parliament

 Justice Minister  Delroy Chuck, says has told the House of Representatives that arbitration can become a game changer in the settlement of domestic commercial disputes and international trade matters, providing the country with a major source of foreign exchange earnings.
  • Published in Justice

New era of relations between Jamaica and T&T

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Friday, September 02, 2016 – Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Honourable Olivia Grange says the most recent exchanges between Jamaica and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is clear indication of a new and momentous era in bilateral relations between the Caribbean nations.

Apologise and pay residents says Tivoli Enquiry Report

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Minister of Justice, Delroy Chuck, today tabled the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry Report in the House of Representatives, which recommended, among other things, apology to the residents, counselling for traumatised persons, and compensation for victims without delay.
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