January 18, 2022

Supreme Court Opening: Bar Association President renews complaints on judgments

And upon further review, she added, some of the new measures introduced with the pandemic should remain even when in-person hearings are safely reintroduced.
January 18, 2022

Attorney General says Court will be ‘Supreme’ no more amid sweeping reforms

It is starting with physical conditions, with repairs to Magistrate’s Court buildings in Dangriga and Independence, Stann Creek District, and plans to build new premises in [...]
January 18, 2022

Acting Chief Justice opens legal year

Acting Chief Justice Michelle Arana noted that though the Judiciary was considered equal in status to the Legislature and Executive, its budgetary allocation was a minuscule [...]
January 16, 2022

Dominican lawyer says court’s hands were tied in Novak Djokovic deportation

Dominican attorney Cabral Douglas, son of late Prime Minister Rosie Douglas, said in an audio message that Djokovic faced an uphill battle to stay in the [...]
January 12, 2022

General Registry shuts down for rest of the week

The purpose is to fully sanitize the public facings of the court and registry.
January 12, 2022

Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Sale of Government Assets to be sent to investigators

It has directed “that the report be further submitted to the Office of the Attorney General and the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for [...]
July 12, 2021

Belize City Magistrate’s Court re-opens after sanitization exercise

The court had closed at midday on July 5, and staff members were sent home, while a company from Orange Walk was contracted to conduct deep [...]
June 4, 2021

Court of Appeal to be expanded

Currently, it features a president and four other judges, at least two of whom are non-resident.