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Justice Fatuma Sichale takes Oath of Office as the new Court of Appeal representative to the JSC

Chief Justice Martha Koome presided over the swearing in of Justice Fatuma Sichale as the representative of the Court of Appeal to the Judicial Service Commission. Justice Sichale replaces Justice Mohamed Warsame, whose term ended. [gallery size="large" ids="32178,32179,32180,32181,32182,32183"]...

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Court clears over 50 matters in two days

 The Court of Appeal sitting at Mombasa has cleared over 50 matters in a two-day rapid response initiative (RRI). This will be replicated countrywide to clear pending cases in the Court of Appeal.nToday, May 28, 2019, it heard 16 appeals and nine applications.  On May 27, judges heard and determined 16 appeals and 8-single-judge applications. Further, they heard and determined three matters for settling terms of Orders. These matters have been heard by the 19 Judges of the Court.nThe Court constituted four benches to hear appeals at the court and also listed single Judge Matters in a two-day Rapid Response Initiative (RRI) between May 27 and...

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Remarks by Court of Appeal President Justice William Ouko at opening of the Court of Appeal, Mombasa. April 12, 2019

 REMARKS BY PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF APPEAL HON. MR. JUSTICE WILLIAM OUKO DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE COURT OF APPEAL AT MOMBASA ON 12TH APRIL, 2019 My Lord, The Hon. David Maraga, the Chief Justice & President of the Supreme Court; Your Excellency, Hassan Joho, the Governor of Mombasa County; Honourable Mercy Deche, the Vice Chairperson, JSC; Honourable Justices of the Court of Appeal; Hon. Mr. Justice Ogola, The Presiding Judge, Mombasa High Court Honourable Judges of the High Court & Courts of Equal Status; The Hon. Chief Registrar, Judiciary Development Partners; Hon. Registrar of the Court of Appeal and the Deputy in charge of...

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CJ gives order on case backlog

MOMBASA, FRIDAY, April 12, 2019. Chief Justice David Maraga today directed the Court of Appeal to ensure they reduced the age of the oldest cases in their systems to less than one year.nHe said this was the only way the people of Kenya, particularly the business community who hurt most from delayed justice,  can have confidence in the justice system.nWhile opening the new Court of Appeal station in Mombasa, the CJ said currently there were about 4,000 cases in the appellate court.nThe President of the Court of Appeal, Justice William Ouko, said special service week sessions would be lauched at the...

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