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The R.H. Amphlett Leader Justice Complex, home of the Superior Court on St. Croix. (File photo)

Court Assigns Judge Andrews Jr. to Head Complex Cases Division

After a yearlong vacancy in which the V.I. court system’s most complex cases came to a standstill, the Honorable Alphonso G. Andrews Jr. has been assigned to handle litigation in the Complex Litigation Division.

Celestino White Denies Allegations in Human Trafficking Lawsuit

Former V.I. Senator Celestino A. White Sr. has denied allegations against him in a lawsuit by eight men who say they were the victims of human trafficking and forced labor.

Lawsuit Claims Human Trafficking, Forced Labor in Hurricane Repair Program

Eight men allege they were victims of human trafficking and forced labor after they were recruited to perform hurricane home repairs on St. Thomas on the promise of earning $2,200 weekly, but were never paid and suffered inhumane working conditions
Schneider Regional Medical Center. Testimony in the retrial of hospital officials concluded Tuesday. (Source photo by Judi Shimel)

Closing Arguments in Hospital Retrial Set for Wednesday

As the fifth week of testimony came to an end in the trial of three former executives from Schneider Regional Medical Center, closing arguments are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Athlene Cuffy and Bernard Cuffy are all smiles outside the Richard Herbert Amphlett Leader Justice Complex after a favorable ruling over a dispute on how they’d gain access to land they purchased in Estate Clairmont. (Source photo by Wyndi Ambrose)

Meade Rules in Favor of Land Owner Cuffy

Judge Jomo Meade ruled in favor of local land owner Bernard Cuffy Tuesday after eight neighbors had formally complained that Cuffy had illegally trespassed on their land in attempts to gain access to his.
The R.H. Amphlett Leader Justice Complex, home of the Superior Court on St. Croix. (File photo)

Land Access Dispute Becomes Superior Court Battle

Bernard Cuffy said he hoped to give his 28-year-old son the land he purchased in Estate Clairmont as a wedding gift. But access to that land is now a legal dispute between Cuffy and residents on neighboring plots.





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