A young man who had pled guilty of robbing an elderly woman in Birkirkara has been granted probation after apologising to the Court
A lawyer representing the Degiorgio brothers in the case of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination asked the court to remove “opinions” stated by the FBI from the records of the case.
A man from Kansas in the US has asked a judge to allow him engage in a sword fight with his ex-wife and her lawyer in a trial in order to settle their ongoing legal dispute.
The five individuals, aged between 16-26, are migrants from Chad and Sudan currently residing at Ħal Far Tent Village. Three youths from Chad and one from Sudan aged 16, 17, 19 and 24-years-old tried to board a flight on Friday. The police also stopped 26-year-old twins from boarding a flight to Marseilles and Bologna.
The police arrived on site and was asked to leave but he refused to do so, and instead attacked a police constable by grabbing him by the neck and pushing him. The policeman escaped unharmed. While the policeman was being pushed, a 39-year-old Brazilian woman residing in Gżira, held the constable from behind.
The man pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against him.
In their application, Peter Caruana Galizia together with his three sons, Matthew, Paul and Andrew said they had expected the magistrate to abstain since justice had to be seen to be done.