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Supreme Court, Privy Council Rule 'Joint Enterprise' Principle Wrongly Interpreted For 30 Years
In an unprecedented joint sitting of the two appellate courts, justices have ruled that that the law allowing defendants to be convicted of murder under the principle of 'joint enterprise' has been wrongly interpreted for 30 years.
Cayman Islands
1 Mar 2016
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Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Drugs ("DUI") - Cayman Islands Traffic Law (2011 Revision)
A person commits an offence in the Cayman Islands if he or she drives or is in charge of a vehicle on a road while he - (i) is under the influence of alcohol or drugs to such an extent that his efficiency as a driver is impaired...
Cayman Islands
29 Feb 2016
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Law Paves Way To Freedom For Lifers
The Conditional Release Law, 2014 replaces the parole provisions in the Prison Law and is meant to create a new regime for dealing with all prisoners and their terms of release...
Cayman Islands
22 Feb 2016
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Defamation: Libel And Slander In The Cayman Islands
Defamation takes place when a third party publishes words or images containing untrue assertions about an individual where that assertion undermines the reputation of the person or entity in the eyes of society.
Cayman Islands
6 Feb 2015
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