High Court judge Ronnie Boodoosingh is expected to determine a lawsuit over the refusal of the Police Service to disclose the warrant used to search Radio and TV Jaaggriti next month.
Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal has been denied an injunction by the High Court to stop today's parliamentary debate on the Privileges Committee report against him.
The ruling clears the way for the committee's report to be debated in Parliament this afternoon.
The ruling also sets a historic legal precedent that sees the court intervening in the work of the Parliament, an interaction which the separation of powers doctrine guards against.
Special Reserve Police officer Akeem James has been denied bail on charges of rape, grievous sexual assault and false imprisonment of a 29-year-old Venezuelan woman.
James, 28, appeared on Wednesday before Princes Town First Court Magistrate Wendy Dougdeen-Bally on Wednesday.
The magistrate was told that James had a pending matter of a similar nature.
James was charged on Tuesday night by WCpl Dane-Marie Marshal of the Professional Standards Bureau.
A scrap metal dealer has denied ever purchasing 491 acres of land for $4 million yet a deed was prepared and registered in her name.
As a result, Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh has ordered that the deed of conveyance be expunged from the records and requested a police investigation into the fraudulent transaction.
A High Court judge has begun to manage the cases of over 2,300 former private sugar cane farmers who are claiming that they are still owed a total of $103 million under a compensation scheme for transitioning out of the sugar industry.
Justice James Aboud commenced the tedious process as scores of the cases came up for hearing before him at the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain yesterday.
Cheryl Miller, the employee of the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Affairs, who shot into the public limelight after she dragged from her office and forcibly committed to the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital in 2012, will have to wait a while longer before she claims the almost $850,000 in compensation she received over the ordeal.
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has postponed its ruling on the final orders related to its decision to uphold the passage of a no-confidence motion by Guyana's National Assembly in December, last year.
Lawyers representing Guyana's Government and Opposition were expected to present to their views on what should transpire based on last week's judgement at the CCJ's headquarters at Henry Street in Port-of-Spain, on Monday afternoon.
A 43-year-old St Helena man has been sentenced to two years with hard labour for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
David Neeranjan was found guilty on Monday after a year-long trial before Magistrate Darmanie at the Tunapuna Magistrates' Court.
The drugs had an estimated street value of $500,000.
A 'PH' driver, who was charged for possession of four detonators, has been granted bail of $300,000 for the Clerk of the Peace approval by a Tunapuna magistrate.
Jervon Gilkes, 27, who is originally from Maloney, on Friday morning appeared before first court magistrate Adrian Dharmanie.
He was not called upon to plead.
Gilkes was charged by PC Valmiki Lalsingh of the Northern Division Special Investigations Unit.
The court heard that on June 14 Gilkes was arrested at his home at National Avenue in Mount Hope during an intelligence-led operation.