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JSC interviews more candidates for the position of ELC judge

The Judicial Service Commission interviewed Mbindyo Judith Nzula, Gitonga Erastus Kibiru, Asati Esther, Midikira Felix Ayuya, Sangoro Michael Odeny Ogallo and Ongarora Fred Nyagaka for the position of Environment and Land Court Judge.nn nn ...

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Sheria Sacco opens branch offices in Kisumu

Sheria Sacco now has branch offices in Kisumu. The branch offices were officially opened in a ceremony presided over by Sheria Sacco Society Vice Chairperson Lady Justice Roselyne Aburili and attended by members. nSpeaking at the function, Justice Aburili said  the society is committed to serving its members diligently saying the society will leverage on technology to offer improved services. nShe noted that with improved technology and through the new branch office, members will get services easily and in good time. nKisumu High Court Presiding Judge Frederick Ochieng encouraged members to increase  their deposits for better returns and called on...

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Help for those in conflict with law

 nnNyeri law courts launched an initiative that will see suspected offenders educated on court processes.nnThe move is meant to ease the court process for suspects who are arrested and locked in cells especially over the weekend and are arraigned in court on Monday.nnThe initiative dubbed ‘Friends of People in Conflict with the Law’ intends to help men, women and children in conflict with the law go through the court process. In turn, this will improve the relationship between the suspects and the court.nnThe idea was mooted by members of staff at Nyeri Law courts after seeing the state of remandees...

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New court building opened at Vihiga Law Courts

The Vihiga Law Courts building was opened by the Chief Justice Hon. David Maraga bringing access to court closer to the people. The new court building will contribute towards improving service delivery, administration of justice and reduction of case backlog. The building has spacious four court rooms that will be able to accommodate litigants, secure registries with lockable cabinets, separate holding cells for men, women and children, access ramps, a library among other facilities.nnThe Vihiga building is the fourth court building opened that is supported by the World Bank through the Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP). In the recent past...

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Team inspects court construction site

Kajiado High Court Presiding Judge Enock Mwita, Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo  and Hon. Margaret Kasera visit a  construction site of an upcoming new court building at Kajiado Law Courts to assess progress. It is projected that the building will be completed in December 2019.nnThe new court building is expected to improve delivery of services in the area. Before the High Court and Environment & Lands Courts were established at Kajiado Courts, matters used to be taken as far as Nairobi (75.6km), Nakuru (223.4km) or Machakos (86.8km) Law Courts for dispensation.nn nn ...

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