Haiti Justice

PHOTO: Haiti - Ocnam Clamé Daméus - Commissaire de Gouvernement de Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Haiti - Ocnam Clamé Daméus - Commissaire de Gouvernement de Port-au-Prince

Here is a photo of Maitre Ocnam Clamé Daméus, Government Commissioner at the Port-au-Prince Court of First Instance / commissaire du gouvernement près le tribunal de première instance de Port-au-Prince

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Copie: Lettre de Guy Phillipe au President du Senat Haitien. Demande de $125000 US

Copie: Lettre de Guy Phillipe au President du Senat Haitien. Demande de $125000 US

Gade photo saa... Copie d'une correspondance du sénateur élu du département de la Grand'Anse, Guy Phillipe, au President du Senat Haitien, Joseph Lambert, dans laquelle il fait la demande de « cent vingt-cinq mille dollars américains ($125,000, US) pour les Honoraires des Avocats américains et d'autres frais pour payer ses factures pour faire appel de son affaire de blanchiment d'argent.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Judge Jules Cantave Swear in as president of Supreme Court of Cassation

PHOTO: Haiti -  Judge Jules Cantave Swear in as president of Supreme Court of Cassation

Look at this photo... Haiti - Judge Jules Cantave swearing in as the new president of Supreme Court of Cassation and president of Conseil Supérieur du Pouvoir Judiciaire (CSPJ)

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Haiti Code Penal Dates back to 1835 - True or False?

Haiti Code Penal Dates back to 1835 - True or False?

I was watching a documentary on YouTube and, in it, Danielle Magloire said: The Haitian penal code dates back to the year 1835...

Danielle Magloire is a official of both Haiti's National Coordination for Advocacy on Women's Rights (CONAP) and ENFOFANM (Women's info)

1835? Wow... That's how old the penal code is in Haiti?

What do you think about that?

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