Attorney General Levi Peter said he has not decided on government’s position in developments in the court matter involving lawyers Stephen Isidore and Glenworth Emmanuel.
Isidore has asked the court for leave for judicial review after being taken to court by Emmanuel, his former business partner, who is alleging that he Isidore has stolen over EC$6 million from the then Emmanuel, Isidore & Associates law firm.
“At this point in time no decision has been taken by me as to whether or not the government will be supporting one side or the other,” Peter said.
“The other side in this matter, Mr. Emmanuel, through his legal team are applying for the court to grant them permission to be joined as an interested party,” he continued.
Government is taking all action deemed necessary in the ongoing court matter, according to Peter