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The VI Bar Herald
      The Source for VI Legal Info       OnePaper Community Edition       October 15th, 2019      
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The Virgin Islands - Caribbean Law Conference October 20-22, 2004
   The Virgin Islands Bar Association and the Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations has joined in sponsoring the 2nd Virgin Islands - Caribbean Law Conference scheduled for October 20-22, 2004, at Divi Carina Bar Resort and Casino on St. Croix.
  Register by October 10, 2004 and save $25!
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Caribbean Law Conference
   Registration Form, Cancellation Policy,
  Registration Fee, Form of Payment, Hotel
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R. Eric Moore (1946-2002)
   R. Eric Moore, a past president of the Virgin Islands Bar Association and active civil defense litigation attorney in St. Croix, died Sunday, October 13, 2002, following a long illness. The family invites friends and family to share a message of condolences in their online guestbook at
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The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the TruthVirgin Islands Bar Association President Tom Bolt, a St. Thomas attorney with Tom Bolt & Associates, PC
   How many times have we heard the court clerk swear in a witness before one of our courts in the Virgin Islands? The truth is that the truth is one of the most essential values in our third branch of government. The adversary system of justice, and particularly the right to cross-examine opponents, forms a great tool for the pursuit of truth. Just as competition in the marketplace can produce efficiency, and competition in the marketplace of ideas can produce wisdom, so can competition in the courts produce truth.
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Take an Active Role in Our Island Community
   Virgin Islands Bar Association President Tom Bolt urges members of the Association to take an active role in assisting the many nonprofit and public service agencies in the Virgin Islands.
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