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Judiciary declares November a Children National Service Month

President Court of Appeal Justice William Ouko confers with US Embassy Representative Ms Tomika Patterson during the National Children Service Month Launch in Kilifi County.nn nn nnnnHigh Court Judge Justice Jessie Lesiit presides over the launch of National Children Service Month Launch in Eldoret Law Courts.nn nnJudiciary declares November a Children National Service Month.nn nThe Judiciary has declared November a Children National Service Month in all court stations to fast-track all cases involving children in criminal, civil and those who are victims of crime.nSpeaking during the launch of the Service Month at Kilifi Law Courts, President Court of Appeal Justice William Ouko said all Court stations...

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CJ: We are being judged unfairly

Chief Justice David Maraga has decried the growing flood of unwarranted criticism being levelled against the Judiciary.nSpeaking at the Nyando Law Courts where he presided over the opening of a new court building, the Chief Justice said the attacks were unfair and undeserved. Even where compliments were due, individual officers and the Judiciary in general were being vilified with excessive criticism, he said.nHe gave the example of a headline in a newspaper today that talked about “rot in the Judiciary” in reference to the Organizational Review Report launched by the Judiciary last week, which recommended a raft of changes in...

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Launch of Judiciary Integrated Performance Management and Accountability System (JIPMAS)

The Chief Justice,  David Maraga has launched the Judiciary Integrated Performance Management and Accountability System (JIPMAS)  whose core objective is to ensure production of performance data in real time and compare with set indicators and other measurement information and produce reports on a continuous and consistent manner across entire spectrum of the Judiciary's Courts, operational units and individual staff. n nThe system leverages on information and communication technology (ICT)  efficiency as well as balanced scorecard metrics in evaluation and reports....

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Team tours Courts & Police stations to monitor implementation of bail & bond in the country

The Bail & Bond Implementation Committee (BBIC) visited Courts, Prisons, police stations, children Remand and Rehab centres countrywide, to engage & sensitize stakeholders & monitor application of bail & bond by Courts & police.nnThe committee toured Kirinyaga, Murang’a Garissa, Uasin Gishu, West Pokot, Kajiado, Machakos,  Makueni, Samburu, Nyandarua, Bungoma and Kisumu Counties among others. nn nn nn nn nn ...

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National Children Service Month 2018

The Judiciary will in the month November 2018, hold service weeks in all court stations to clear children case backlog. See cause list below.nnLamu Law Courts November 12-16, 2018 [Download Cause list]nnEldama Ravine Law Courts November 12-16, 2018 [Download Cause list for Court 1][Cause list Court 2]nnEldoret Law Courts November 26-30, 2018 [Download Cause list]nnKilifi Law Courts November 26-30, 2018 [Download Cause list][Download Public Notice]...

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Milimani Family Day

Lady Justice Jessie Lesiit led the Milimani Court Fraternity to mark the Milimani family day at the Milimani. The day that was themed “come let us know you” brought together judges, magistrates and judicial staff and other stake holders working in Milimani law courts, Milimani Commercial court and City Court. they included the police, prisons and probation office among others.  nnSpeaking during the function Judge Lesiit reiterated the need to work with each other as colleagues. She urged the staff and stakeholders to work together to complement each other and not to compete.nnShe emphasised the need of all Judiciary employees to...

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Mediation team meets Kisumu County leaders

Members of the Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) team today met with the Kisumu County leaders to explain the advantages of CAM.nnLed by the Principal Judge, Lady Justice Lydia Achode, the team paid a courtesy call on the Kisumu County Commissioner, PaulinenDolla and later held discussions with various chiefs drawn from the County.nnThe Judiciary delegation also included Judicial Service Commission Member Justice Aggrey Muchelule, chair of the CAM Taskforce Justice Fred Ochieng and the Registrar of the High Court, Judith Omange.nn nn nn...

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