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Telemedia’s Claim on Channel 5 Struck Out

The Court of Appeal delivered a significant judgment ruling in favour of Great Belize Productions/Channel Five, Channel Overseas Investments Limited, Katalyst Developments Limited and Thames Ventures Limited along with several [...]

Appeals Court Upholds Thurton’s Conviction

Twenty three year old Akeem Thurton had expected to go home today after Court of Appeal Justices Samuel Awich, Dennis Morrison and Christopher Blackman ruled on his case. Despite being [...]

Belize City Man Sentenced to 2 Years for Wounding His Wife

A Belize City man who was recently released from prison is back behind bars tonight to serve two additional years after he violated a protection order and went to the [...]

Stake Bank/FSTV and G.O.B. in Court

Michael Feinstein, developer of the Stake Bank/Drowned Cayes cruise port project, is suing the Government of Belize and owners of the Fort Street Tourism Village over agreements signed in the [...]

…Attorneys Say Legal Issues are Complex

According to Williams, there was opportunity for settlement but the legal issues surrounding the claim are complicated enough, involving issues of both public and private law that need to be [...]

Accused Man Says Police Shot Him Without Provocation

Twenty-eight-year-old Phillip Mass Samuels was slapped with firearm offences when he appeared in court today. The Belize City man was charged with kept firearm, and kept ammunition in connection with [...]

Gang Charge against City Resident Dismissed

Tonight, one Belize City man who the police claim is a member of the gang, Peace in the Village, is free from the charge of Professed to Belong to a [...]

Akeem Thurton Appeals Conviction for Attempted Murder of Rodwell Williams

Justices Samuel Awich, Dennis Morrison and Christopher Blackman have reserved judgment until next Friday, March 27, on the case of 23 year old Akeem Thurton, convicted in March of 2012 [...]

Retired Teacher Herman Lambey Indicted for Sexual Offences

A retired teacher, Herman Lambey, who was once a Principal at the Queen Street Baptist School headed to court today to answer to three criminal offenses including Aggravated Assault of [...]

Belize City Duo Charged for Kidnapping Abel Lara Jr.

Also in court, forty year old Amir Reid, of a Faber’s Road address, along with twenty-eight year old construction worker of Race Course Street, Alexander Lopez, were jointly charged for [...]

Jermaine Belgrave Beats Murder Wrap

Tonight, Jermaine Belgrave, a resident of Belize City who has been on remand for the murder of Cleo Robinson, is home free after being acquitted by Justice Adolph Lucas.  The [...]

Social Workers Busted for Weed

Two Early Childhood teachers employed as social workers with the Human Services Department and the boyfriend of one of the teachers, were before the court today to answer to a [...]

GSU Raid Produces Weed and Cocaine on La Isla Bonita

The Gang Suppression Unit along with the San Pedro Police made a significant bust in anti drug operations at La Isla Bonita which yielded both cannabis and cocaine. On Wednesday [...]

Ladyville Police Explain Charge Against Raul Magaña

The driver of vehicle involved in a traffic accident that occurred last year was taken to court on Tuesday. Raul Magana Junior was behind the wheel of his SUV that [...]

Arguments in Tomlinson Versus Belize and Trinidad & Tobago Conclude in CCJ

Attorneys concluded arguments today at the Caribbean Court of Justice on behalf of the governments of Belize and Trinidad and Tobago. Jamaican gay rights activist, Maurice Tomlinson, is challenging the [...]

Shanice Waller Arraigned for Stabbing Aex-boyfriend in Mahogany Heights

In the local courts, an alleged domestic dispute between a woman and her ex-boyfriend has resulted in charges against the woman. It comes on the heels of the arraignment of [...]

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of BISL, Legal Challenge Set for July

Two decisions were recently delivered by the Supreme Court. In the first case, the Supreme Court once again ruled in favor of Belize International Services Limited which was appropriated by [...]

Belize Bank Victorious in Court Against G.O.B.

In another matter recently before the Supreme Court, Justice Courtney Abel also ruled in favor of the Belize Bank.  He struck out a section of the Income Tax and Business [...]

Raul Magana Jr. Charged with Manslaughter in Death of Wife and Child

Thirty year old businessman, Raul Magana Junior on April twentieth, 2014, allegedly experienced a tire blow out that caused his vehicle to overturn on the Phillip Goldson Highway between Miles [...]

Acting Immigration Director Maria Marin Testifies in Tomlinson’s CCJ Case

Gay rights activist Maurice Tomlinson, who is challenging the existing immigration laws of Belize and Trinidad & Tobago, was back before the Caribbean Court of Justice today.  Tomlinson is suing [...]

…But Was It a Case of Self Defense?

According to Hattieville Police, under whose jurisdiction the Mahogany Heights Community falls, they were called out sometime around two-thirty on Friday afternoon. By that time, Butler had already been rushed [...]

Kenneth Dobson Acquitted of Murder after Three Years in Remand

There has not been a guilty conviction for murder since the beginning of the year and in fact, as recent as last Thursday, three men walked free of the charge. [...]

Jervis Valencia Hobbles to Court, Arraigned for Murder and Battery of Related Charges

A bloodbath on Mayflower Street on the night of March fourth ended in the death of a Belize City resident, left another man injured and the alleged assailant under police [...]

Penner Walks after Appeal Dismissed

Former Minister of State Elvin Penner arrived in court with heavy police protection after being egged on his previous appearance in court.  Back in 2013, Penner was found to have [...]

Noh Mul Case Moved Back To Corozal

There was another big case before the courts today. On Wednesday, Magistrate Hurl Hamilton transferred the case of the destruction of the Noh Mul Archeological Site to Belize City due [...]