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12:00
12:00

Court Rejects Besigye, Mukaku's Bail Application Inciting Violence 1

Besigye and Mukaku's bail have been rejected by Grade One Magistrate Asuman Muhumuza on grounds that he has no guarantee that they will not commit the same offences once released on bail since they had just been bailed by the same Court less than two weeks ago.
19:04
19:04

Besigye, Mukaku Remanded For Inciting Violence Asuman Muhumuza 1

Besigye together with former Rubaga South Constituency Parliamentary Candidate Samuel Lubega Mukaku have today been remanded by Court presided over by Grade One Magistrate Asuman Muhumuza.
19:35
19:35

Besigye Released, Vows to Start From Where He had Stopped Siena Owomugisha 2 1

According to Besigye, he is not satisfied with this order (of paying 3 million shillings) too and he is going to discuss with his lawyers to see if it can be challenged further.
15:17
15:17

Court Orders for Immediate Return of Besigye From Luzira to be Released Dr Kizza Besigye 2 1

The lawyers argued that they had served the release order to Prison Officers who were at Court and they refused to acknowledge receipt and that is why the Magistrate has been convinced to order for his return to Court this afternoon.
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Besigye Gets Relief From High Cash Bail Fees Dr Kizza Besigye 1

This morning, Justice Elubu concurred with Besigye's legal team, saying that the monies were harsh and excessive adding that such conditions make bail look like a punishment yet its purpose is to compel the accused to attend court for trial.
16:17
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Besigye Petitions High Court to Quash UGX 30M Cash Bail Dr Kizza Besigye 2 2

Besigye's lawyers led by Erias Lukwago in their petition to the High Court on Thursday contend that the money demanded from him is excessive and that Owomugisha exercised her jurisdiction with material irregularity.
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Former Treason Suspects Awarded UGX 80m for Unlawful Arrest Dr Kizza Besigye 1

Through their lawyers led by Ladislaus Rwakafuuzi, the eight men asked the court to declare that the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Attorney General had violated their rights and freedoms, as enshrined in the constitution. Rwakafuuzi noted that the DPP violated the applicants right to liberty and right to a fair hearing when he commenced and continued their prosecution.
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