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However, yesterday attorney Subhas ...
However, yesterday attorney Subhas Panday told reporters the attorneys had decided also to stay away.
"I am the doing most of the matters.
I am holding for my colleagues.
In the event that there is an emergency with their clients I will be here," he explained.
Recalling that his
brother, former prime minister Basdeo Panday, once worked as a note-taker at the court, he
said: "Since then, there have been no repairs to the building."
In a bail application, defence attorney ...
In a bail application, defence attorney Subhas Panday said none of the women had ever had matters before the court.
Attorney Panday told the magistrate that on Friday Lares was beaten with a "blue hose" and kicked about his body by police officers.
said that his
client was taken to hospital for medical attention.
However, attorney Subhas ...
However, attorney Subhas Panday yesterday told the Express that the alleged victims could file a high court action against Lutchmansingh's estate.
"If he has anything, they will get their money.
If not, they have nothing to get back," he said.
Panday said should the latter be the case, a "hollow judgment" will be delivered before the High Court.
Yesterday, attorney Subhas ...
Yesterday, attorney Subhas Panday of the Criminal Bar Association joined in the protest action and told Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington that one attorney will begin to represent all attorneys henceforth, because they were also fed-up with the courtroom conditions.
told the media afterwards that from today (Thursday), one attorney would represent attorneys who often practise in the courthouse, "because they have decided to take a stance as well".
They were represented by attorney ...
They were represented by attorney Subhas Panday and his niece Mikela Panday.
After deliberating for two and a half hours, the jury returned guilty verdicts on both counts of kidnapping and committing a common assault on Seedath.
(Subhas) mitigated his
client's behalf and the judge adjourned sentencing for February 14.