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July 30, 2019

Limiting the political status vote to “native inhabitants of Guam” is a violation of the Fifteenth Amendment, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said in a ruling that expands the voting eligibility an...

The Judiciary of Guam announces has awarded a contract for electronic monitoring services to Buddi US, LLC in support of pre-trial supervision as directed by the Superior Court of Guam.

 “We are ready...

The Office of the Attorney General on Monday announced a new grand jury indictment against Gerald Wayne Cruz II for a string of animal shootings in Yigo last year.

The case stems from the killing of a...

June 11, 2019

The government of Guam is racing against time, with only a few weeks left before the two cells at Layon landfill in Inarajan hit their maximum capacity, thus the need for immediate expansion....

The Supreme Court of Guam on Wednesday upheld the conviction of former University of Guam professor Michael Ehlert, who has been sentenced to two years behind bars for sexual assault on his two then-s...

The Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport Authority on Thursday filed a motion requesting that Judge Anita Sukola stay and reconsider her

May 14 decision requiring the disclosure of attorney-client...

And they'll pay for it too

Guam already has a “Chemical Castration for Sex Offenders Act” which was enacted in 2015, but it's more or less a dead letter, since rules for it were never adopted. As a res...

 Glenn Siguenza Santos faces a minimum of 15 years in prison after his conviction this week for First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct and Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct, both as First-Degree Fel...

April 29, 2019

A former deputy attorney general has raised suspicion the government is covering up an alleged “retirement scam” at the Office of the Attorney General that cost the government of Guam nearly $1 millio...

A six-member jury on Friday acquitted former Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio, capping the seven-day gun-grabbing trial that began last week.

The jury found Tenorio not guilty of reckless conduct, and obstructing...

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