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Mark Fulford
pfizer vaccine
The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) have successfully begun rolling out an extensive COVID-19 vaccine program with the goal of 5,000 persons receiving the first dose of the vaccine within the first month already achieved, leading to 10% of TCI with immune imminently and moving towards proper herd immunity. The jewel of the Caribbean is...
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elections 2021
Elections date has been announced for Friday 19th February 2021. The two main political parties, the Progressive National Party (PNP) and the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) have fielded 15 Candidates each to contest the upcoming General Elections. In the last elections held on 16 December 2016, the PDM won six of the ten constituencies and...
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Butch Stewart's Legacy
Managing Partner at F Chambers Law firm in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, Mark Fulford, has said that with the passing of Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, TCI and the Caribbean have not only lost a Tourism Icon, but a man whose legacy will forever live on in Turks and Caicos Islands. The TCI honorary citizen, Hon....
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justice
In her first official opening of the legal year, the 2021 opening was marked via a virtual ceremony conducted via Zoom – which in and of itself is a testament to the fact that the new Chief Justice will continue to find ways of adapting to the challenges the judiciary faces, forging a sustainable path...
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Justice Shiraz Aziz
Judge reprimands prosecutors, police for improper procedures. A Supreme Court judge recently granted bailed to a murder accused, mainly because the police and prosecutors did not follow proper procedures. During a video-link court hearing on September 9th, 2020, His Lordship Mr. Justice Shiraz Aziz gave conditional bail to 25-year-old Prince Salmon, who was charged for...
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shut your mouth
Having reviewed the proposed law labelled “Public Order & Criminal Justice Bill 2020” one can see why there is public outrage over this bill which is being widely regarded as the “shut ya mouth” Law.
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TCI crest
On Friday 29 May 2020 in the House of Parliament, the Premier announced a phased reopening of the TCI. Managing Partner Fulford notes the reopening remarks and have reproduced portions thereof below: PHASES 2 – 4 OF THE REOPENING OF TCI ANNOUNCED As such, Mr. Speaker, Cabinet in our last two meetings of May 20th...
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TCI phased reopening
On May 20 2020, Premier Robinson gave an update on the phased reopening.  Below is the full text of said remarks: I wish to update on a few important areas and to then allow the press to answer any questions they wish. I begin by saying that I do not wish my return to a...
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judges
In the case where Instructing Attorney Mark Fulford provided affidavit evidence challenging Governor Dakin and Premier Cartwright remote trial laws, a prominent lawyer in the Turks and Caicos Islands has described as “shrouded in secrecy”, a new law which proposes that judges and magistrates can sit and hear cases outside this country; and he argued...
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remote trial
Instructing Attorney for the Third Defendant and former Cabinet Minister Hon. McAllister Hanchell, Mark Fulford provided the affidavit evidence in case filed by the nine defendants challenging Governor Dakin and Premier Cartwright new remote Trial Laws. The nine defendants in the ongoing Special Investigation and Prosecution Team (SIPT) trial have, through their attorneys Misick &...
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