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IN THE COURTROOM

DISCHARGED ! Happy Moments for Mama Beach Ruling
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Feb 8, 2011, 20:09
The complicated case of ownership of the Mama Beach between Rugiatu Kamara, Defendant and John Koroma as Complainant has concluded at the Freetown Magistrate Court Number Two presided over by Magistrate Wellington last week. It would be recalled that the Accused was charged with One Count of Forgery Contrary to Section 2(1)(a) of the Forgery Act (1913) 



Le 3 Million Bail For Libel Suit....Standard Times Editors Vs NRA's Abdulai Conteh
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Dec 3, 2010, 16:17
Magistrate Emmanuelle Harding of Court Number Six has granted Le3Million bail each to two newspaper editors of the Standard Times Newspaper. They are Philip Neville, the Executive editor and I.B.M Kamara, Acting Executive editor. The two editors are charged on a-two- count indictment of defamatory libel



Justice Delayed is Justice Denied…The Case Between Milla Group Vs. Two Others in Sierra Leone
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya on Aug 9, 2010, 19:05
Justice Delayed is Justice Denied…Law Courts Building In Freetown




As Jenkins Johnston Fires Back…Justice Robert’s Judgement Crumbles 88-Year-Old Lawyer
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Jul 19, 2010, 20:12
88-year-old former legal practitioner and one time NPRC Prosecutor is probably suffering from senility, considering his present age and disposition. In an article published yesterday captioned “Appeal Court rejects 88-old- lawyer” the 88-yr-old Man



Law Officers Department of The Ministry of Justice Hosts Workshop on Its Operations
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Jun 18, 2010, 09:29
The Chambers of the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, in collaboration with the Justice Sector Coordination Office (JSCO), is hosting a workshop on the Operations of the Law Officers’ Department, on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th  June 2010 at the Hotel Barmoi, Aberdeen, Freetown



Now We Can Tell The Story Of Magistrate Fisher & The Justice Tholla Thompson Link
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Jun 14, 2010, 09:59
Many Sierra Leoneans in the Diaspora are still refusing to return home and contribute to national development. It is not that they have no love for their mother’s land or wouldn’t want to contribute meaningfully, but because of several reasons which ranged from the awful or call it partial and bias way justice is being administered



Until Justice Tholla Thompson Leaves the Sierra Leone Judiciary....There Will Be?
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Jun 12, 2010, 10:10
Justice Tholla Thompson....Old School Time To Go
Justice Tholla Thompson has served the Judiciary for considerable period of time. His name is both popular and unpopular in the ears of many people especially litigants and, depending who one speaks to about this officer of the Sierra Leone Judiciary the story may not be extra ordinary or different




Human Rights Lawyer On The Rampage....Takes On Masters And Registrar At Freetown Court
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya on Jun 8, 2010, 10:03
Though the bail condition was communicated in court by Magistrate H.H Sandi of Court No.1 A, to the Master and Registrar of the High Court, the latter has however refused to grant a Sierra Leonean- German Citizen and five other Sierra Leoneans holding the country’s passport bail, and they are currently languishing at the Pademba Road Maximum Prison for over 30 days now with five adjournments



Political Wranglings In Anti Corruption’s Case With Afsatu Kabba
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by Unissa Bangura on May 7, 2010, 08:38
The unassuming High Court Judge, Justice Nicholas Browne Marke saw himself in a state of embarrassment recently, but had to brave it out as a man who has gone through thick and thin. He had already prepared his legal agenda the previous day of cases he would have to preside over on Monday morning



The Government of Sierra Leone and JSDP Launch Pilot National Legal Aid
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Apr 23, 2010, 02:42
The Government of Sierra Leone and the Justice Sector Development Programme officially launch the Pilot National Legal Aid Scheme in Sierra Leone on  22nd April 2010 at the British Council Tower Hill, Freetown.



In The High Court Of Sierra Leone: The State Vs Afsatu Olayinke Ebishla Kabba And Paul Sandi
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Mar 15, 2010, 17:56

At the Criminal Session of the High Court Holden in Freetown,Sierra Leone on the 15th day of March 2010, the Court is informed by the Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission that AFSATU OLAYINKA EBISHOLA KABBA AND PAUL SANDI are charged with the following offences:





Contaiminated Beer Saga Continues...Seven- Count- Charge Slammed on Sierra Leone Brewery
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Feb 3, 2010, 02:51

Brewery Boss Cor Honkoop Managing....The Courts in Sierra Leone Will Decide
The Sierra Leone Brewery Limited is currently in hot waters as the Company was yesterday served with a writ of sermons from the High Court of Sierra Leone, ordering the company to enter a defense before the court within fourteen days as at 1st February 2010 in response to a seven- count –charge slammed on it by the Plaintiff, Mr. Augustine Kpaka.





For Armed Robery Two Police Officers And Nine Others Charged To Court in Sierra Leone
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by Unissa Bangura on Nov 25, 2009, 16:55

The entire vicinity of the Sierra Leone Law Court Building was yesterday  as tense with security personnel, especially OSD officers whom many people were in sympathy  with two of their colleagues,  ASP Mohamed Bayoh Bangura and Sergeant Alimamy Kamara were jointly charged with nine others for allegedly engaging themselves in criminal activities within the Western Area.The accused persons whose names are contained in five different files were charged with Robbery and Aggravation, Robbery with Violence, Accessing to the fact, Conspiracy to commit felony and unlawful possession of fire arms.





Lawyer Solomon and Others For Sierra Leone High Court
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Nov 13, 2009, 20:53
She is light skinned, hybrid short and has been in the legal profession for decades after graduating from a UK Law School. She is also a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law at Fourah Bay College where she has been impacting knowledge to successive students of law at Fourah Bay College where she made friends and enemies. At the Law Courts in Freetown, she knows all the corners and has represented more than twenty four dozens of litigants with diverse nature of cases.



Sierra Leone: Special Court Renders Final Judgment in RUF Case
IN THE COURTROOM
Posted by on Oct 26, 2009, 13:15

Former RUF Interim Leader Issa Hassan Sesay Flanked By Security Guards
Amnesty International said today’s decision by the Special Court for Sierra Leone to uphold the convictions  of three former senior leaders of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) is a positive step in the fight against impunity for the worst crimes committed during the country’s eleven-year civil war.






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