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Judiciary commits to operationalizing Bugiri remand home

Bugiri, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Deputy Chief Justice Richard Buteera, has affirmed the judiciary’s commitment towards the operationalization of a remand home in Bugiri district, so as to quicken justice for both juvenile offenders and victims alike. His remarks came following a complaint raised by the Bugiri district LCV …

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Deputy Chief Justice seeks collective efforts to transform judiciary

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Deputy Chief Justice Richard Buteera has asked the Judges to work together in the ongoing process to transform the Judiciary if they are to achieve their mandate of administering justice to all citizens. Buteera made the remarks while officiating at the closing ceremony of the …

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Hearing of 36 criminal appeals session commences in Mbarara

Mbarara, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Court of Appeal on Monday commenced five days of criminal appeals session in Mbarara, to determine cases of 36 appellants convicted of manslaughter, murder, aggravated defilement, aggravated robbery, and rape. Some of the criminal appeals were filed from as far back as 2011. The …

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Kiggundu appeals against appeal court on UGX 120 billion decision

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Kampala businessman Hamis Kiggundu has filed a notice of appeal against Court of Appeal decision which nullified orders by Commercial Court directing Diamond Trust Bank Uganda and Diamond Trust Bank Kenya to refund more than  120 billion shillings to him. Three Justices of the Court …

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EAC constitutional experts interface with judiciary chiefs

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The East African Community Confederation of Constitutional experts led by former Ugandan  Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki has today interfaced with the Judiciary of Uganda soliciting their views on what they want considered in the regional constitution. The Confederation put in place in 2018 is currently …

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