Saint Lucian native Shawn Innocent has been appointed as a full-time Magistrate for a period of six months with effect from September 3rd.
The public is asked to note that the Magistrate’s Court is in the process of re-scheduling criminal matters which were postponed due the passage of hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017.
Three additional magistrates have been appointed to the Judiciary of the Virgin Islands.
The Magistrate’s Court heard its first case in its new modular building in John’s Hole on July 31.
Persons and businesses who made applications to the Magistrate’s Court to renew liquor licences for the June 1 sitting are notified that they can now make their payments at the Inland Revenue Department.
The licensing magistrate will hold a special sitting of the Magistrate’s Court on June 1 for the purpose of hearing and determining applications for licences for the sale of intoxicating liquor.
The public is reminded that sittings at the Magistrate’s Court in its traffic, civil and quasi criminal jurisdiction will commence on Monday, February 19.
The Magistrate’s Court will be sitting in its traffic, civil and quasi criminal jurisdiction commencing February 19.
The public is informed that the Magistrate’s Court will hold a special sitting on December 1 .......
A special sitting to hear and determine applications for the issuance of new and renewal liquor licences will be held on December 1.