by Vernon Khelawan
From where I stand, it would seem that the administration of the law is somewhat skewed: it is not equally or fairly applied in Trinidad and Tobago. Let me explain from the outset that I am not qualified in law, but in my many years as a journalist, I have seen what I prefer to call many unjust applications of sentences.
Let us look at some cases determined in the most recent past. A young female doctor found driving ‘under the influence’ was charged, went to court and was fined $20,000. She broke the law and had to be punished.