By Mr. Geert Hatzmann* More than a year ago I wrote in this newspaper an article about the incomprehensible if not scandalous way the Public Prosecutor’s Office left a client of mine who had become the victim of a cowardly crime out in the cold.
The trouble attorneys encounter at the police station when they want to visit their clients seems to be a highly unnecessary complication to the relationship between the partners in the judicial chain. Apparently the frustration with some members
St. Maarten – The French side authorities submitted a request for judicial assistance to the prosecutor’s office in Philipsburg yesterday, following a shooting in French Quarter on Sunday morning whereby 24-year-old Arinaldo Hanley was killed.
SABA / By Suzanne Nielsen —Astronomer Stephan Martin’s Thursday night talk on light pollution was more prophetic that he realized. His lecture at the Sea and Learn conference on the dangers of artificial lightening was only hours before neighbor
Officers deny access to clients; attorneys enragedSt. Maarten / By Hilbert Haar – Attorneys Shaira Bommel and Cor Merx hit a blank wall yesterday when they wanted to visit their clients at the police station. The police refused them access, saying
GREAT BAY - The St. Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association (SHTA) is cognizant of the issues surrounding the discussion about the execution of an integrity audit. “But we are concerned that the real issue is being lost in the debate,” the asso
St. Maarten - “Everybody has a surprise,” Gee Money of Laser 101 said yesterday, as the station hosted the representatives, or the “four families,” as he put it, of St. Maarten nightlife – Bliss, Tantra, Le Shore, and Soggy Dollar Bar – l
GREAT BAY – The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is organizing a Facebook photo competition which will be open to all photographers both professional and amateur. The organizers are looking for the best photos in three different categories; St. Maa