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SEVEN juvenile inmates at the Women’s Prison in Arouca who were denied access to their attorneys, will each receive $10,000 in damages after a High Court judge ruled that prison authorities were fully aware that they were violating the rights of the minors; had no justification for doing so.

SEVEN juvenile inmates at the Women’s Prison in Arouca who were denied access to their attorneys, will each receive $10,000 in damages after a High Court judge ruled that prison authorities were fully aware that they were violating the rights of the minors; had no justification for doing so.

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PNM PREVAILS

THREE appellate court judges have certified the results in five constituencies held by the People’s National Movement and dismissed petitions filed by the United National Congress, which sought to overturn votes in those seats during the General Elections last year. The special election court - comprising Chief Justice Ivor Archie and Justices of Appeal Allan Mendonca and Peter Jamadar - in a final and unanimous ruling yesterday, held that the Election and Boundaries Commission (EBC) exceeded its powers by extending the September 7, 2015, general election polls by one hour.