“Justice in Barbados is grinding to a halt, the courts are completely inefficient and the litigants are suffering.
It has gone past crisis, it is now critical. When you hear lawyers actually debating whether to strike or not then you know it has gone past crisis to absolutely critical. It cannot get any worse than it is right now. Actually, I am afraid that they are going to try to prove me wrong.”
Wilfred Abrahams, past president of the Barbados Bar Association, tells it like it is for Barbados Today: Justice Worry