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Court explains new modalities of getting dates for mentions and hearing

The Milimani Law Courts Committee responsible for implementing the MoH guidelines on mitigating COVID-19 led by Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi held a briefing session with clients to get their contacts and explain modalities of getting new mention and hearing dates.nn nn ...

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Team tours court to assess level of preparedness as courts scale up operations

Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Maina Ndemo with Registrar Magistrates Courts Peter Mulwa inspect the level of preparedness put in place at Makadara Law Courts in accordance with M.O.H regulations to facilitate up scaling of court services.nn nn ...

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Judiciary and Senate discuss areas of collaboration

Chief Justice David Maraga held consultations with Senate Majority Leader Samuel Poghisio and Senate Majority Chief Whip, Irungu Kang'ata who paid him a courtesy call at the Supreme Court. They discussed areas of collaboration between the Judiciary and the Senate.nn nn ...

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Protocols to Guide the Scaling up of Court Operations

June, 2020. Protocols to Guide the Scaling up of Court OperationsnnIn line with the directions of the Chief Justice the courts and Tribunals will scale up operations from June 15, 2020. We reiterate our commitment to dispensing justice safely. We shall therefore continually enhance our service delivery in strict adherence to the Ministry of Health Covid-19 Protocols.nn nnCourt Users are accordingly advised as follows:nn nn To promote social distancing we shall limit the number of people physically accessing the courts at any given time. Kindly cooperate with the officers responsible at the court entrances.nn                                                                nn In allocating hearing dates, priority will be given to...

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Public Health officials present findings on Nairobi region courts ahead of up-scaling

Public Health officials present their findings of the inspection of Nairobi region courts to stakeholders at a virtual meeting chaired by the High Court Principal Judge, Lydia Achode and attended by ELRC and ELC Principal judges, Presiding Judges and Chief Magistrates.nnRepresentatives from the Law Society of Kenya, Probation, Prosecution, Police, Nairobi Remand and Prisons are some of the stakeholders in the justice chain that attended the meeting that also discussed upscaling of court operations.nn nn nn nn ...

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