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March 4, 2022

Man charged with curfew violation a few days before curfew ended arraigned in court

Police found Martinez moving about during curfew hours on a motorcycle and then learned that his driver's license had been expired on October 15, 2021.
March 4, 2022

Government says Supreme Court cleared it of impropriety in SMART Microsoft tender contract

Justice Sonya Young, according to a Government statement, “found that the BZ$3.4-million-dollar contract awarded to SMART for Microsoft 365 licenses for a period of one year [...]
March 3, 2022

Four fishermen caught at Northern Fishermen Cooperative with over 600 undersized conch

The men, Darry Flores, Allen Tuyub, Marvin Tuyub, and Adir Novelo were taken to the Belize City Magistrate's Court where they were each read a single [...]
March 3, 2022

Stake Bank judicial review claim struck out for out-of-time filing

Stake Bank was seeking judicial review of the decisions of the NEAC to grant approval for an environmental compliance plan for a rival cruise port development [...]
March 3, 2022

Accused murderer requests to know what sentence would be if he pleads guilty before trial proceeds

Tyrone Reid who is jointly charged with Keon Dennison for the 2016 murder of Belize City businessman, Rueben Perez, appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday before [...]
March 2, 2022

Judge defers sentencing for man who pleads guilty to use of deadly means of harm against his co-worker

Supreme Court Justice Ricardo O'Neal Sandcroft, deferred Orellana's sentence, until March 30. This is to give Justice Sandcroft time to read the victim's impact statement which [...]
March 2, 2022

22-year-old man accused of being a con artist remanded to prison for missing court dates

Twenty-two-year-old Taydron Castillo appeared before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts-Anderson, today and could not provide a valid reason why he failed to show up to court since [...]
March 2, 2022

18-year-old man caught with stolen window pleads with Magistrate to not send him to jail

Eighteen-year-old Ezekiel Elijah Barrow appeared unrepresented in court on Tuesday, answering to a single charge of handling stolen goods, to which he pleaded guilty.