When the Attorney General of the Virgin Islands filed a civil enforcement action under the Virgin Islands Criminally Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act against the Epstein Estate and six other related companies based in the Virgin Islands in January 2020, the Attorney General’s Office committed to advocate for the women and girls victimized by Epstein in the Virgin Islands while representing the Government’s interest.
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS — Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George is reminding residents that those who willfully violate emergency executive orders and directives of Governor Albert Bryan Jr. and Health Commissioner Justa Encarnacion during the declared state of emergency can face criminal consequences.
St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. – Attorney General Denise George is alerting V.I. residents to a wave of COVID-19 scams occurring as a result of the global Coronavirus pandemic. These scams focus on all areas of consumer vulnerability to capitalize on the fear and rapidly changing developments being provided by local and federal leaders.
THOMAS, V.I. – Atty General Denise George reminds the general public that in light of COVID-19 (coronavirus), measures have been put in place to safeguard the public and DOJ employees from potential exposure. The Paternity and Child Support Division (PCSD) has implemented a response protocol to prevent the exponential spread of this novel virus.
DOJ facilities on both St. Thomas and St. Croix are closed to the public and will not conduct person to person services until further notice. Department of Justice’s four facilities that will be closed include the Office of the Attorney General located at the GERS Building, 2nd floor in St. Thomas and #213 Estate La Reine St. Croix, the Division of Paternity and Child Support located on the 2nd floor of Nisky Shopping Center, St. Thomas and #3018 Estate Orange Grove, St. Croix.