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Alphonso Wade III (pictured) has been charged in connection with the June 23 shooting death of Oliver Christian Jr. (VIPD photo)

New Charges Added in Case of Deadly Land Dispute

A St. Thomas farmer who called the police and handed over his licensed firearm after allegedly admitting he shot a man made an initial appearance in court on Wednesday.
Superior Court Magistrate Judge Henry Carr III (V.I. Superior Court photo)

STT Magistrate Judge Told Defendant Wants To Go To Jail

A man who arrived in the USVI three weeks ago appeared before a Superior Court magistrate Monday, and the prosecutor told the court she heard the defendant wanted to be sent to jail.
Hasani Liburd (VIPD photo)

Magistrate: ‘No Probable Cause’ to Hold Liburd

Superior Court Magistrate Henry Carr III on Friday released a St. John man arrested in connection with a June 2 shooting in Cruz Bay. Carr declared there was no probable cause in the case of Hasani Liburd.
Joshua Felder (VIPD photo)

Alleged St. Croix Doorbuster Detained

A man accused of breaking through a door in a shared apartment and assaulting a roommate was given until Friday to post bail by a magistrate judge in Superior Court.

Justice Opposed to Terms of Proposed Epstein Victims’ Fund

The creation of a victims’ compensation fund from the estate of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein still has a ways to go, according to Attorney General Denise George.
Attorney General Denise George-Counts delivers testimony during Wednesday's meeting of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, Justice and Public Safety. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, Legislature of the Virgin Islands)

AG Says Epstein Estate Proposal Would Deny Some Abuse Victims’ Rights

Legal efforts to protect the rights of women claiming they were sexually abused as children by the late Jeffrey Epstein hit a new impasse in recent weeks, according to the head of the V.I. Department of Justice.
Attorney General Denise George announces the filing of a civil suit against the estate of Jeffrey Epstein. (Source photo by Judi Shimel)

V.I. Justice Department Files Suit Against Estate of Jeffrey Epstein

Officials of the Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday against the Estate of Jeffrey Epstein and six corporate entities he created prior to his apparent suicide last year.
Defense attorney Gordon Rhea, left, and defendant Amos Carty outside the courthouse on St. Thomas Friday. (Source photo by Judi Shimel)

Miller Gets 10 Years in SRMC Case; Carty Says He’ll Appeal

The lawyer representing one of two former chief executive officers for Schneider Regional Medical Center said Friday, Dec. 13, there will be an appeal of the conviction and sentence issued by Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston.
Schneider Regional Medical Center. Testimony in the retrial of hospital officials concluded Tuesday. (Source photo by Judi Shimel)

Judge Tells Hospital Prosecutors To Calculate Embezzlement Losses

One week after a jury found three former top Schneider hospital executives guilty of racketeering and embezzlement, defendants and lawyers were back in court on Thursday, as Superior Court Judge Michael Dunston convened a forfeiture hearing.
Defendant Amos Carty Jr. leaves Superior Court Thursday, accompanied by his wife, Verna and Attorney Gordon Rhea. (Source photo by Judi Shimel)

Winning the Long Game – Jury Convicts Schneider Execs For Public Corruption

At the end of a 15-year effort against wrongdoing in a local health care system, the Justice Department won its case against three former executives from the Schneider Regional Medical Center.





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