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17:59
17:59

84.4% of Courts Have No Prosecutors -DPP jane frances abodo 1 2

Abodo explains that they used to be 324 Prosecutors but some of them have since crossed from the office of the DPP to the Judiciary looking for greener pastures and currently they are about 300 prosecutors handling a population of more than 40 million people which makes them get strained with work.
15:24
15:24

Amolatar District Councilors Granted Bail, Released

The four were arrested, charged and remanded on November 28, for attacking the District Service Commission offices (DSC) and ejecting the acting secretary of the commission. It is said that the group also removed from the notice board, a list of candidates that had been shortlisted for interviews and locked the commission offices.
21:32
21:32

Chief Justice Asks New Magistrates to Respect Litigants 2 2

On his part, the Deputy Chief Justice Richard Buteera who has equally witnessed the administration of oaths, has warned the Magistrates against poor writing of judgments and late delivery of their decisions which he says is one of the noticeable vices in the Judiciary.
18:31
18:31

Wakayima's Victory Challenged Again in Court of Appeal 1 Top story

Through his lawyers of Kabega, Bogezi and Bukenya and Co Advocates, Walusimbi says Justice Wolayo erred in fact and law when she ruled that Wakayima possessed the minimum academic qualification for election as Member of Parliament whereas not.
15:55
15:55

Court Orders State to Produce Sheikh Kirevu's Widows 1

Security has since held Kirevu’s widows and sister incommunicado, which prompted them to sue the Inspector General of Police – IGP, the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence – CMI, the Director of Criminal Investigations Department – CID, the Commandant of Special Investigations Unit – SIU and the Attorney General- AG.
14:27
14:27

Court Grants MP Muhammad Ssegirinya Bail Inciting Violence 1 1

The State Attorney, Peter Mugisha strongly objected to the bail application, arguing that although Ssegirinya has not yet been convicted, the charges against him show that he is not a responsible member of society.
07:24
07:24

Desire Mirembe Murder Case to Proceed Without Suspect Mukono High Court 1 Top story

Mukono High Court Judge, Henry Kaweesa Isabirye delivered the ruling on Wednesday following an application by State Attorney, Happiness Ainebyona to proceed with the matter without Kirabo.
18:29
18:29

Man Sues Deputy Speaker Among over Alleged Torture and Stolen Dollars moses bigirwa 1

Matovu has tabled evidence to show he suffered a lot of trauma, physical and mental anguish for which he is seeking 500 million shillings in compensation for the violation of his right to liberty, freedom from torture by the respondents.
18:06
18:06

Masaka RDC in Trouble For Meddling in Land Dispute 2 1

In his complaint, Kayemba accused Kateregga of using his powers to order residents to raze plantations on the disputed land, and accordingly uprooted cassava, cut down coffee and other trees.
16:33
16:33

Court Asks for Written Submissions in Chapter Four Case National NGO Bureau 1 2

Chapter Four Uganda’s activities were suspended a few days prior to the withdraw of criminal charges of money laundering against its Executive Director Nicholas Opiyo whose organization had been accused of allegations of funding terror.
08:59
08:59

61 Zombo Barracks Attackers Charged, Remanded UPDF 1

On Tuesday, the suspects appeared before the General Court Martial at Makindye where they pleaded not guilty to murder. The Court-Martial Chairperson Lt General Andrew Gutti remanded the suspects to Kitalya up to January 4.
18:07
18:07

Justice Ssekaana Cautions Judicial Officers on Testimonies by Witnesses Without National IDs 4

Justice Ssekaana said that the rules do not provide for witnesses having and presenting their National ID before court before testifying but it is critical since some lawyers connive with litigants to present impersonators for testimony.
17:08
17:08

Chief Justice Tips Registrars, Magistrates on Recruitments and Promotions 3

The Chief Justice, says that the plan is to have a magistrate at each Sub-county and a Chief Magistrate in each district so as to ease access to judicial services.
11:49
11:49

Detained Widows Of Sheikh Kirevu Sue Security Agencies

Ibrahim Kirevu states that he has visited several police stations, which are gazette detention facilities but failed to trace the trio and no charges have been communicated to their next of kin.
11:39
11:39

Chief Justice, Principal Judge Warn Judicial Officers Against Corruption 3

The Chief justice warned judicial officers that taking bribes and engaging in other forms of corruption shall not only tarnish their name but affect their career. He says the salaries they earn are not that high but are sufficient to facilitate them if they managed the well.
10:03
10:03

15 Arrested for Operating Illegal Drug Outlets 5 1

The drug dealers were arrested after they continuously defied NDA’s prior warnings and instructions to comply with the set standards in their operations.
13:04
13:04

Lawyer Muhangi Withdraws from Ndorwa East Loser’s Election Petition Appeal 2 2

In a leaked notice dated 20th November addressed to the electoral commission, Niwagaba and his lawyers, M/S Lukwago and Company Advocates, M/S Barirere Muhangi, and Company advocates, Muhangi indicates that he has withdrawn from handling the case. Muhangi did not give details and explanation behind his withdrawal from the case.
09:11
09:11

Judiciary Deploys 48 Magistrates, 17 Transferred

The new deployments shall now make courts in Goma, Kangulumira, Gomba, Mbirizi, Kibuku, Nakisunga, and Lamwo fully operationalized since now they shall have Magistrates Grade One.
14:49
14:49

Anti-Atwine Protesters Case Pushed to January 2 1

On Thursday, Joy Apolot, the State Attorney told the court that the state needs more time to carry out investigations into the case. She requested an adjournment until investigations are completed.
11:34
11:34

High Court Grants Widow Burial Rights Over her Husband

When asked why someone must be buried close to his grandfather and father, the Katikkiro's emmisary stated that the reason is to stop the ghosts from haunting those who remain. When asked to confirm during cross-examination that burying someone away from the ancestral home is not an abomination, he hesitantly confirmed that is was not an abomination...but hastened to add that it would be good that the customs are followed so as to restrain the ghost especially where there's no Will”.
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