Trinidad Solicitor-General leaves behind 'illegal' proposal
A proposed ban on future Solicitor-Generals giving evidence in cases involving the state is being consulted on in Trinidad but has been attacked by a former Attorney General.
A policy paper, ‘Legal Profession Privilege Policy’ was proposed by Eleanor Donaldson-Honeywell when she was Solicitor-General. It is now open to public comment but ex-Attorney General Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has described it as ’suspicious and illegal’. Ms Donaldson-Honeywell stepped down from her post in January. Source: Trinidad Guardian
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