A woman charged with theft as a servant was given leniency and ordered to serve two years’ probation when she appeared in the Cook Islands High Court on March 8.
TALIMEAHLAHI Tuileila was granted bail after appearing before Justice of Peace Carmen Temata on four charges in the Cook Islands High Court on February 18.
Cook Islands High Court judge Justice Dame Judith Potter will be in Rarotonga from March 7 to 18 to preside over a number of criminal and civil court cases.
Three cases requiring psychiatric reports were adjourned before three Justices of the Peace John Kenning, Tauei Solomon and Mata Nooroa at the Cook Islands High Court on February 15.
A total of 22 criminal cases were brought before the Cook Islands High Court and Justice of Peace Carmen Temata on Thursday February 18. She made the following judgements:
Tepatua Ngatamariki Crummer again appeared in the Cook Islands High Court this week after he was remanded in custody for another week while he continues to look for a suitable home.