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Case Tracking System automates registry system at Kehancha

Kehancha Law Courts Principal Magistrate Linus Mesa (L) examines the Case Tracking System with Judith Alambo (C) and Court Administrator Enock Chiboli (R).nnThe Case Tracking System is registry automation system that tracks the life cycle of case, indicates the status of a case, generates the Causelist, keeps an e-diary and generates reports.nnThe Court, located in Migori County, continues to hear and handle urgent matters, pleas as well as applications. Further, the Court will hold a Court Users Committee meeting to deliberate on the MoH inspection report on the upscaling of court operations.nn[caption id="attachment_19286" align="alignnone" width="720"] Kehancha Law Courts Principal Magistrate...

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Court of Appeal Judges attend Cyber-Crime and Electronic Evidence Virtual Workshop

nThe official opening of the ‘Cyber-Crime and Electronic Evidence Virtual Workshop’ for Court of Appeal Judges organised by Judiciary Training Institute (JTI) and AGA - Africa. Chief Justice David Maraga and Court of Appeal  President  Justice William Ouko attended the workshop. nnnnn nnn...

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Kasarani Courts handle over 1,000 cases related to breach of COVID -19 Regulations

Milimani Criminal Court shifts Covid-19 related cases to Kasarani StadiumnnThe Milimani Chief Magistrate Criminal Courts has established two temporary courts at the Kasarani Stadium to deal with urgent cases of offenders breaching COVID-19 regulationsnnThe courts were set up on May 7, 2020 after a consultative meeting between the Chief Justice, Inspector General of Police, Director of Public Prosecution and officials from the Ministry of SportsnnSo far, about 1,500 accused persons have been charged at the Kasarani courts with various offences which are:-nn Breach of curfew orders contrary to order N.3 of the Public Order (State Curfew) Orders 2020 as read...

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Two new members of Tax Appeals Tribunal take Oath of Office

Deputy CRJ Paul Maina presided over the swearing-in of the new members of Tax Appeals Tribunal at the Supreme Court. Those who took Oath of Office are; Habon Billow Farrah and Wangari John Kinyua. Acting Registrar of Tribunals Anne Asugah administered the Oaths.nn nn nn nn ...

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Citation in honour of Eric Aggrey Omondi, Nakuru Law Courts ICT Officer

The Hon Mr. Justice (Prof.) Joel Mwaura Ngugi CITATION: ERIC AGGREY OMONDI - VERUS SERVUS PUBLICnThis is a citation in honour of a model corporate citizen among us: Eric Aggrey Omondi. During this period of COVID-19 Pandemic, Eric has taken his place among the giants of civic-nminded heroes who have given their all to keep the wheels of justice turning.nRarely do excellence, diligence, benignant geekiness and genial helpfulness unite in a single person as they seamlessly reside in Eric.nA sublime professional.nA friendly colleague.nIn his tireless efforts to equip and enable Nakuru Law Courts and its officers to harness technology to...

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CJ receives laptops from EU

Chief Justice David Maraga on May 6, 2020 received 38 laptops donated  to the National Council on the Administration of Justice (NCAJ) by the European Union (EU). The laptops are a donation made to aid the justice actors in the dispensation of justice using the virtual platforms.nnThe CJ noted that the donation could not have come at a better time when the entire world is dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic.nnJustice Maraga said despite the scaling down of court operations, the justice sector had decided to use all means possible to ensure that essential processes are able to run in...

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