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CRJ assures ELC of facilitation and support to ensure it performs its core business

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Hon Winfridah Mokaya paid a courtesy call on the Presiding Judge of the Environment and Land Court Justice Oscar Angote. She assured the PJ that her office will facilitate and support the Court to perform its core business. The CRJ observed that there is a lot of innovation that can be done through the court and commended Justice Angote for establishment of Land Division and Environment and Planning Division to promote efficiency. Court Annexed Mediation and Alternative Justice Systems were also lauded. PJ Angote noted that inadequate infrastructure both in office space and ICT remains a challenge....

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Ruiru marks 5th anniversary

Ruiru Law Courts Chief Magistrate Joseph Were led the court's CUC in marking its 5th anniversary during an Open Day that kicked off with a procession through Ruiru Town. During the event that was attended by Thika High Court judge Florence Muchemi, CUC members engaged the public on court processes. The event that was graced by judicial officers and staff was also attended by Ruiru MP Simon Kang'ara who sponsored the construction of Ruiru Law Courts through NGCDF.   [gallery size="medium" ids="32670,32671,32672,32673,32674,32675,32676,32677"]    ...

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Court engages with public during an Open Day

Webuye Law Courts and its CUC led by Head of Station Viola Yator held an Open Day at Misikhu market in Bungoma County to engage with members of the public on court processes and functions of actors in the justice chain.   [gallery size="medium" ids="32660,32661,32662,32663,32664,32665,32666,32667"]...

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CRJ Mokaya commits to pursue 100pc funding for Judiciary

Monday, March 25, 2024. Nairobi. CRJ Mokaya commits to pursue 100pc funding for Judiciary Winfridah Boyani Mokaya has assumed office as the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary with a commitment to pursue 100 per cent funding by the government for access to justice, to mirror support provided to the security sector. Mokaya said the funding, the Judiciary is seeking is reasonable and should be administered as a public good. “We need to make a better case for our budget allocation by shifting the case away from aggregate percentages to more modern and innovative methods that first consider unit costs such as cost...

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CJ Koome calls for action among stakeholders to stem road carnage

News Editors Nairobi. Friday, March 22, 2024. CJ Koome calls for action among stakeholders to stem road carnage Chief Justice Martha Koome has called for vigilance on the roads to stem prevalent road accidents. In a speech read on her behalf by Milimani Chief Magistrate Susan Shitubi during the Milimani Traffic Court Open Day held in Nairobi, the CJ said that it is only through the actions of all stakeholders that tangible solutions will be found to deal with the rising road carnage. “It is through our actions that we transform intentions into reality, crafting a safer road environment for ourselves and future generations....

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Supreme Court Judge Isaac Lenaola elected Vice President of the Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone

     Supreme Court Judge Isaac Lenaola elected Vice President of the Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone NAIROBI, February 29, 2024. We are delighted to announce that Honorable Justice Isaac Lenaola of Kenya was on Thursday, February 29, elected unanimously as the Vice President of the Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone at the Court’s Plenary held in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Justice Lenaola's wealth of experience and dedication to justice makes him a fitting choice for this prestigious role. He will deputize Justice Richard Lussick of Samoa who was elected President of the court for a two-year term. Judge Lenaola was appointed to the...

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Traffic Court strategizes on ways to sensitize road users in observing traffic rules

Milimani Traffic Court, Senior Principal Magistrate Esther Kimilu chairs a meeting with various law enforcers to strategize on ways to sensitize road users in observing traffic rules. The meeting planned to hold joint road shows and open days in various areas in Nairobi City County where the public will be sensitized on traffic laws. Those in attendance included traffic court magistrates, NTSA, traffic police and prisons representatives among others. [gallery size="large" ids="32325,32326,32327"] ...

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Court Annexed Mediation registry opened at Kabarnet court

Justice Rachel Ngetich presides over the official opening of Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) registry at Kabarnet Law Courts in Baringo County. This is after a sensitization exercise on CAM was conducted for Court Users Committee members and the public.    ...

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CUC members sensitize public on AJS

Taita Taveta County Court Users Committee members led by Voi Law Courts Chief Magistrate Mildred Obura sensitize members of public in Voi on the need to embrace Alternative Justice System (AJS), as a way of solving disputes in the community. [gallery size="large" ids="32270,32271,32272,32273,32274,32275,32276,32277"]...

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