Prosecution wants stiff sentence for gun man – Barbados Today


Crown Counsel Joyann Catwell has urged the High Court to impose “a deterrent and punitive sentence” on a young convict to serve as a deterrent for persons possessing illegal guns and ammunition. The prosecutor made the submission as she put forward sentencing arguments in the case against Chad Joel Hunte, of Merrick’s Road, St Philip. […]
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‘Rewards for test delays protects our reputation’ - Barbados Today

Prime Minister Mia Mottley tonight stoutly defended the Government’s decision to pay the costs of returning nationals and tourists who have been waiting in quarantine hotels for more than 72 hours for their COVID-19 test results. Mottley disclosed that the Government will have to spend some $1 million dollars to […]