U.S. Virgin Islands – V.I. Attorney General Ariel M. Smith announces that on October 25, 2023, a conviction and judgment was entered against Rosemary-Sauter Frett, a real estate agent charged with embezzling millions of dollars from clients between 2008-2010 in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Sauter-Frett was sentenced in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands in the St. Thomas district.
Sending an alarm through Wall Street last week, the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Justice achieved an historic $75 million settlement against JPMorgan Chase. Nearly one year after filing this groundbreaking enforcement action, justice has prevailed.
U.S. Virgin Islands – Attorney General Ariel Smith is announcing that 31-year-old, Asymo L. Prentice of St. Croix was arraigned in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands for failure to comply with registration requirements.
St. Thomas, V.I. – Today U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Ariel M. Smith announced the USVI Department of Justice has reached an historic victim-supporting settlement with JPMorgan Chase. The settlement includes significant commitments by JPMorgan Chase to curtail human trafficking, and payments by JPMorgan Chase to the USVI DOJ totaling $75 million.
St. Thomas, V.I. – The Victim Services Unit of the V.I. Department of Justice (DOJ) is teaming up with the Family Resource Center (FRC) to host this year’s observance of the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims slated for Monday Sept. 25th at 5:30pm at the Emancipation Garden in St. Thomas.