Open letter to Justice Minister Anna Richardson

Honourable Anna Richardson,

We all know you are fully focusing on the function book since you took office. But there's a law that needs to be amended concerning the two locations a bailiff can or should deliver a verdict. It sounds very funny for Justice workers to say the address cannot be found and the police know the person.

And in this modern time St. Maarten should have three to five special police in the force to find these individuals.

The bailiffs are saying letters are not delivered when the citizens are seeing that same person every day. Regardless if is a criminal or not, a bailiff should be able to deliver or hand out a verdict anywhere, any place and at any time.

If an address cannot be found, the police and the detective who did the investigation, let them go with the bailiff to deliver the verdict. You all are Justice workers. Help fix the world.

St. Maarten has many laws to put in place. The people are not protesting but they are suffering.

Cuthbert Bannis

The Daily Herald

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