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Jan 2022 7 results
22:54
22:54

DPP Assigns 10 Prosecutors In Pilot Study To Hear Criminal Cases Daily 1

According to the Spokesperson for the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Jacqueline Okui, the State Attorneys will prosecute and handle criminal cases including appeals, revisions and miscellaneous applications in the High Court Criminal Division on a daily basis.
17:12
17:12

MP Wakayima Petitions Court to Dismiss Appeal Against His Victory Richard Latigo 1 1

Wakayima through his lawyers of Lex Uganda Advocates and Solicitors wants the appeal in which his rival Musoke Hamisi Walusimbi wants him thrown out of Parliament over name discrepancies dismissed for having been filed out of the stipulated time of 14 days.
16:49
16:49

President Museveni Appoints Muruli Mukasa Acting Justice Minister 1

Muruli Mukasa, who is also the Member of Parliament for Budyebo County in Nakasongola District previously served as Minister of Gender from March 1, 2015, until June 6, 2016. He also served as Minister of Security from 27 May 2011 until 1 March 2015.
16:01
16:01

Prosecutor in Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana Trial Reports Death Threats 2 3

On Wednesday, Richard Birivumbuka, the Masaka Resident State Attorney told Masaka Grade One Magistrate Philp Nzwebe that he and his family have received death threats from people he claims are connected to the two MPs.
15:33
15:33

Judiciary Starts Returning National IDs to Sureties Jamson Karemani 2 1

On July 7, 2021, Principal Judge Dr. Flavian Zeija issued a directive to all judicial officers to release original IDs for sureties in their possession saying that the law doesn’t require them to deposit IDs with the court as a condition for granting bail.
08:22
08:22

Court of Appeal Yet to Hear Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana Bail Review Application mp allan ssewanyana 3 1

The Judiciary Spokesperson Jamson Karemani, says that the Court of Appeal has already received the application but they have not yet constituted a panel to hear it.
07:28
07:28

Judiciary Seeks UGX 202B for Court Construction, Case Management 4 1

The construction of the Supreme Court building is expected to cost 10.9 billion Shillings while the regional appellant courts will altogether cost 14.2 billion Shillings. The money is also envisaged to cover the procurement of vehicles at a cost of 12.6 billion Shillings, case management and implementation of case back reduction strategy, which will take 29.4 billion Shillings and operational expenses at 30.9 billion.
Jan 2022 7 results