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Thursday, 16 February 2017 17:50

Legislative Changes Coming To Clear Up Backlog In Court System

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Cabinet has approved a batch of legislation to allow for cash bail and plea bargains and to abolish preliminary inquiries.

 

The Attorney General outlined how these changes will clear up the backlog in the court system, avoid delays and bring swifter justice.

He announced the introduction of these bills at this week's Post Cabinet Briefing at the Diplomatic Centre.

Reporter Melissa Dassrath filed this report.

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