- published: 15 Jan 2018
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Legislators in Grenada have decided it's time to make individuals accountable for their social media postings. Extremely bad behavior is now punishable by fines and even jail time. Legislators in Grenada have decided it's time to make individuals accountable for their social media postings. Extremely bad behavior is now punishable by fines and even jail time. The law uses the specific language "offensive online comments' and the definition of offensive remains vague. It's believed that the primary targets of the legislation are posters and tweeters who use the platforms to slander individuals and companies. Those who've been offended will now file a complaint with the police and ultimately a judge will decide if they're overreacting or if what was said really is troubling. Also to ...
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The Rights and Freedoms (Amendment) Bill, 2016 seeks to refine Grenadian’s civil rights protection in the Constitution, by altering it to include due process of law. What this means is “Any person who is arrested or detained shall have: ● The right to be informed, without delay, promptly, at the time of his arrest or detention, of the reason or reasons for his arrest or detention in a language that he understands; and ● The right, without delay, promptly after being arrested or detained, to retain, instruct and hold communication with a legal representative of his own choice and to be informed of that right.” To learn about the Rights and Freedoms (Amendment) Bill, 2016 visit www.grenadaconstitutionreform.com Let your vote count Referendum Day, 24 November 2016!
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“How would the abolition of flogging in the law, decriminalisation of marijuana, and the rehabilitation of offenders impact Grenada’s juvenile and criminal justice systems and wider society?” Facilitator: • Lady Anande Trotman–Joseph – President, Grenada Bar Association Panelists include: • Joshua John, Attorney at Law and Juvenile Justice Practitioner 15:13 • Melisse Ogilvie – Manager, Bacolet Juvenile Detention Centre 29:20 • Richie Maitland – Attorney at Law 44:05 • Sen Peter David – Attorney at Law and MP for Town of St George 55:26 Wednesday, 6 December 2017 at 4:30 pm Norton Hall, Church Street, St George’s
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Discrimination and Legal Education: CARICOM Secretary General Responds to Question from ACSEAL on the 3rd July 2017 at a 'Social Media Interaction' event hosted by the CARICOM Youth Ambassadors in Grenada. The Association of Caribbean Students for Equal Access to the Legal Profession (ACSEAL) is a Caribbean initiative founded and run by law students throughout CARICOM. ACSEAL aims to ensure there is equal opportunity for CARICOM citizens to acquire legal education and enter the legal profession within the Region. The group believes that the existing admission policy of the Council of Legal Education (CLE) requires urgent reform as a matter of urgent public importance. ACSEAL contends that the policy which denies equal opportunity for CARICOM citizens to enter the legal profession infringes...
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Commissioner speaks out on police mobbing Head of the RGPF says the force will not, as law enforcers, allow undesirable behaviour to be associated with the Grenadian community, after a video has gone viral, showing a nail-biting confrontation between police and the public. 3,833 Views
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Attorney at law Anslem Clouden pointed to the fact that over time, Caribbean families have been on a downward spiral and believes this is due to fatherless homes. He says so many children, especially in Grenada, are growing up without fathers due to men abdicating their roles. The attorney also stated that Grenada’s divorce rate is alarming. He believes this is due to finances or the lack thereof.
Often times people are of the notion that police officers cover for other members of the force. However officer in charge of the Community Relations Department, Trevor Rodney, denies that this is the case. He says they too operate within the confines of the law.
Driving me on
With the wind in my back
There is no turning around now
Got my mind in check
As I hear it's call
While observing this cursed world
As it swallows us all
I see the light
Over my bleeding hands
But it's fading away now
Leaving my faith in strands
As I hear it's call
While observing this cursed world
As it swallows us all
Come and wash away my fears
In these cold streets below
Before they rest on arms reversed