Appeal filed against magistrate’s refusal to recuse herself from Pilatus Bank case
An appeal was filed this morning by NGO Repubblika
Judiciary costs now running at €10 million a year as court delays increase
Salaries and allowances for judiciary members and their teams
Justice’s many blunders
Something strange happened in court on Tuesday. Repubblika’s case
Poacher who shot Flamingos convicted, efforts praised by Birdlife
BirdLife Malta has welcomed the jailing of a hunter
Right to Know: FOI Tribunal decides another seven cases in The Shift’s favour
The government has been dealt seven more blows in
The ‘institutions that work’ let Evarist Bartolo’s canvasser walk free
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Evarist Bartolo’s former
‘Full justice must not be denied’ – reactions to European Commission’s rule of law report on Malta
Following the publication of the European Commission’s annual rule
Law’s many asses
Those familiar with the proverbial expression “the law is
Polidano won government contracts in 2021 despite pending €40 million tax bill
Building contractor Polidano Brothers – the company owned by
Legal experts clash as freezing orders on assets relaxed in high profile cases
Following at least three instances in which high profile
Court upholds prohibitory injunction against permanent secretary for education, MCAST
The court has upheld a prohibitory injunction against a
Court drops Joseph Muscat’s libel suit following three no-shows
A libel suit filed by disgraced former prime minister
Teenage workplace victim Matthew Bartolo’s family: ‘instead of helping us, they’re breaking us’
The welcoming warmth of the Bartolo family’s living room,
Maltese worker injured on duty fired by employer holding him responsible for damages
A Maltese truck driver and machinery operator, Joseph Spiteri,
The Schembri clan: proving the proverb
Josette Schembri Vella, wife of alleged fraudster and money
Family wins drawn-out court battle against attempt to force sale of Old Mint property share
One of the families that had almost signed over
Keith Schembri’s day of reckoning
The hearing in the compilation of evidence against 11
Representatives of financial services firm Zenith (formerly MFSP) face money laundering charges
Lorraine Falzon and Matthew Pace from Zenith (formerly MFSP),
In depth: Whistleblower in Giovanna Debono case pocketed over €1m
Until 2013, former Gozo Minister Giovanna Debono was considered
What chance that Keith Schembri will be home this weekend?
After being remanded in custody upon arraignment last Saturday,
Hitman reveals details about those accused of supplying the bomb that killed Daphne
In his testimony on Monday, hitman Vince Muscat gave
Melvin Theuma finally testifies on much-anticipated ‘hidden’ recordings
A conversation in which self-confessed middleman turned State witness
‘No one believes that no politician is involved in Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder’
“No one believes Prime Minister Robert Abela when he
Magistrate Nadine Lia recuses herself in case against alleged bomb suppliers in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder
Magistrate Nadine Lia has recused herself from the compilation
‘A simple double click’: Middleman’s recordings and the lag in court procedures
Arguments with regards to the accessibility of files by
Four men charged
Four men were arraigned on Wednesday night in connection
Another AG lawyer jumps ship to help defence team in case filed by his former office
Updated to include comments from Matthew Xuereb. Matthew Xuereb,
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination stalled revelations on Electrogas financial problems
Revelations on the Electrogas project were interrupted by the
Artistic freedom in the dock as satirist faces court action in Yorgen Fenech case
The author of satirical news website Bis-Serjeta faces up
Decree in Yorgen Fenech case has chilling effect on freedom of expression
Last Monday’s decree handed down by magistrate Rachel Montebello

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