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IPOA team sworn in

Chief Justice David Maraga today presided over the swearing-in of members of the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA). Those who took Oath of Office are:  Chairperson Anne Makori and Members: Dr Walter Owen Owuor Ogony, Doreen Nkatha Muthaura, Fatuma Mohamud Mohamed, Jonathan Ltipalei Lodompui, John Muriithi Waiganjo, Praxedes Chepkoech Tororey and Dr Jimmy Mutuku Mwithi.nnDeputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo administered the oaths. nn nn nn...

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CJ Maraga launches Criminal Procedure Bench Book

Chief David Maraga today presided over the launch of the Criminal Procedure Bench Book nn? The Criminal Procedure Bench Book is a quick reference for judges and magistrates presiding over criminal proceedings.n? It provides guidance on statutes, judicial authorities, and policy directions that are relevant in different stages of criminal proceedings.n? The Book is not intended to replace reference to primary sources such as statutes, judicial authorities, and policy directions but serve as a guide for locating the relevant law.n? Although it has been designed for judges and magistrates, the Bench Book will be useful to other players in the criminal...

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Members of two tribunals take Oath of Office

nnTwo members of the Communications and Multimedia Appeals Tribunal today took Oath of Office at Supreme Court, Nairobi. Those who were sworn in are: Mr Mbesa Malombe & Ms Margaret Nyambura Ndung’u. Mr Victor Buziba Nzomo was also sworn in as member of the Competent Authority.nnnThe function was presided over by the Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo. The oaths were administered by acting Registrar of Tribunals Anne Asugah.nnnn n    nn nn nnnn...

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CJ condoles Magistrate Kemei on daughter’s death

Condolence Message to Senior Resident Magistrate Caroline Kemei on the death of her daughternnI have learnt with great shock about the untimely death of your daughter, Maribel Kapolon.nnOn behalf of my family, the entire Judiciary and on my own behalf, I wish to express our deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to you and the rest of your family.nnI am aware that the circumstances behind her tragic death make it all the more painful for you and your family. Our thoughts are with you and we pray that the God of all Peace will heal the wounds left by Maribel’s demise.nnI...

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