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Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court Temporarily Closed

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The Sangre Grande Magistrates' Court will be temporarily closed from Friday September 30th to Monday October 3rd 2016. Below is the release from the Court Protocol and Management Unit.

The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago advises that the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court located at Eastern Main Road, Sangre Grande will be closed from Friday 30th September to Monday 3rd October, 2016 to facilitate necessary remedial works on the court building.

All persons who are out on bail or who have matters before the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court are advised to attend Court from Wednesday 5th October 2016 the purpose of getting their adjourned dates.
Charge cases will be sent to the Arima Magistrates’ Court on the two days of the closure (Friday 30th September and Monday 3rd October 2016) to be dealt with accordingly. Persons on charge cases will return to Court on Tuesday 4th October 2016, if in custody, and any day of the following week, if granted bail.
The Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court will resume normal operations from Tuesday 4th October 2016.
Any inconvenience is regretted. The public is invited to be guided accordingly.
For further information, kindly contact: Ms. Alicia Carter-Fisher
Court Protocol & Information Manager
Court Protocol and Information Unit
Telephone (Mobile) 297‐1074
(Office) 627‐9744
E‐mail: acarter‐This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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