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19:58
19:58

Court Closes Case Against Army rwandan national 2

Kiiza told court that Lyakaremye was secretly arraigned before the UPDF General court martial with illegal gun possession after the army learnt about the High Court order.
13:15
13:15

Over 58,000 Cases Pending in High Court judiciary

In the eight divisions of the court, a total of 9,814 cases were completed while 31,400 are still pending. Meanwhile the High Court circuits only completed 9,753 cases and recorded 27,000 pending cases.
17:33
17:33

High Court Writes To Solicitor General Over Lukwago lukwago impeachment

The High Court in Kampala has written to the Solicitor General stating that the Court injunction barring the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Council from impeaching the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago is valid and binding.
14:10
14:10

Court to Rule on Kalungi's Bail Application adam kalungi

Principal State Attorney Barbra Masembe has asked court to deny Kalungi bail on grounds that there are high chances of him fleeing the country. Masembe based her arguments on the affidavits of senior police officer Geoffrey Musana who investigated this matter and had Kalungi deported from Kenya days after the death of Butalejja Woman MP Cerina Nebanda
15:51
15:51

Constitutional Court Continues with Case against NRM Rebel MPs high court

The Constitutional Court has today continued with the case against the Members of Parliament expelled from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) despite communication from the Supreme Court to stay the case.
17:01
17:01

Courts Open Tomorrow courts resume work

The annual one month court vacation of the High Court and Magistrates Courts ends today, the Judiciary has said. Judiciary Spokesperson Erias Kisawuzi in an interview with URN said the general public is from tomorrow; free to go to court and follow up their cases.
16:56
16:56

Court Overturns Ban On Reflexology Services high court

The High Court in Kampala has overturned the ministerial ban on reflexology centres put in place more than two years ago. In March 2011, the then Minister of Health Dr Stephen Mallinga, banned reflexology centres from operating and advertising their activities in the country. Justice Godfrey Kiryabwire, the head of the Commercial Court of Uganda, on Thursday ruled that the decision to ban reflexologists was made in error, and ordered the ministry to cater for the court costs in the case.
13:40
13:40

Man Wants Case Against Justice Choudry Dismissed uganda law society

A concerned citizen claiming to be a pastor has asked court to dismiss the moral case lodged by lawyers under the Uganda Law Society (ULS) against High Court Judge Anup Singh Choudry.
15:31
15:31

Draru Murder Trial adjourned To Friday kazini murder trial

Justice Monica Mugenyi was on Thursday forced to adjourn court proceedings to Friday after Lydia Atim Draru failed to regain strength to defend herself.
15:07
15:07

Dr Byamukama's Wife Drag Security Organs to Court over his Illegal Detention col. edison muzoora

Doreen Byamukama, wife to Dr Aggrey Byamukama has dragged government to court demanding for the unconditional release of her husband. Dr Byamukama was arrested on June 16, 2011 by UPDF officers.
15:40
15:40

Tonku To Take Witness Stand As Prosecution Wraps Up Case. high court

Tom Nkulunjira, commonly known as Tonku, will take the witness stand on Monday next week in the murder case of Brenda Karamuzi, his ex-girl friend. Prosecution led by Joan Kagezi closed its case this morning after presenting 17 witnesses before court.
16:22
16:22

Court Denies Two Catholics Permission to sue Airtel high court

High court has this afternoon denied permission to two Catholics seeking to sue Airtel against a sacrilegious billboard advert.
17:11
17:11

High Court declines to issue temporary injunction Against Demolition of National museum ladislaus rwakafuzi

Kampala High Court judge Eldard Mwanguhya has this afternoon declined to issue a temporary injunction against the planned demolition of the national museum. He argues that the defendant as the custodian of the Uganda museum and artifacts contained therein gave Court an assurance that the museum will not be demolished.
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