Attorney at law, Gina Dyer-Munro had to resort to the High Court to secure bail for a teenager who was accused of money laundering.
She was denied bail along with three other co-accused when she appeared before a Roseau magistrate on April 12.
The High Court made an order on Friday to the magistrate ordering that bail be granted.
Conditional bail was granted at the sum $100,000 with one surety until Monday when her parents are expected to appear in court and take over her bail conditions.
She is to report three times a week to police and surrender all her travel documents.
Allegation are that the teenager collected $94,896.08 in transactions done by money transfer.
Stanley Casimir, 32, of Delices residing in Grand Bay and Kern Bruno, 20, also of Delices who were charged for engaging in a transaction which involved $272,952.74 have also been granted bail in the sum of $150,000.00.
They are to report three times weekly to the police and surrender all their travel documents.
The police said they were the beneficiaries of the money collected.
The incident occurred between March 14 and April 8, 2013.