A WITNESS’ credibility and recollection of how businessman Kurt McCartney met his death was significantly challenged in Supreme Court on Friday by lawyers for those accused of the killing.
A WITNESS' credibility and recollection of how businessman Kurt McCartney met his death was significantly challenged in Supreme Court on Friday by lawyers for those accused of the killing.
A MAN is in hospital nursing gunshot wounds after being fired at by two men in a burgundy Honda Accord on Thursday evening.
PROMINENT attorneys yesterday disputed the impact of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Isaacs’ recent immigration ruling that some say may have important implications for how the government executes immigration policies in the Bahamas.
POLICE are questioning a 37-year-old man in connection with the death of a man who died in hospital Wednesday, hours after he was beaten with a pipe.
A MAN accused of misrepresenting his educational achievements for his bid to be called to the Bahamas Bar will have to seek recourse from the Court of Appeal for the stay he seeks against criminal proceedings.
A WITNESS’ recollection of how businessman Kurt McCartney met his death led to an emotional breakdown by the victim’s brother in the Supreme Court yesterday.
A POLICE officer was granted $5,000 bail yesterday after being charged in Magistrate’s Court with sexually assaulting an underage girl.
A JURY heard testimony yesterday from a person who said they saw businessman Kurt McCartney being shot in the face and then rolled over by a Hummer in Gambier Village following an argument that turned physical.
A 29-year-old Haitian woman was charged with murder in the Freeport Magistrates Court yesterday.
A JURY pool was exhausted yesterday in an attempt to select 12 persons and three alternates to hear evidence in a murder trial concerning the fatal shooting of businessman Kurt McCartney.
THREE men with pending murder cases awaiting transfer to the Supreme Court were not present in court yesterday because they are in the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre being monitored.
A MAN was found shot dead in a vehicle parked at an abandoned building complex in Freeport on Monday, pushing the island’s murder count to 17 for the year in Grand Bahama.
A 17-year-old boy previously enrolled in alternative education programme for disruptive and challenged students appeared before a magistrate yesterday accused of having a role in three recent murders including that of an elementary school teacher and an autistic man.
THREE men were remanded to prison without bail yesterday after being charged in connection with a near $200,000 marijuana seizure.