Judge Yamie Gbeisay of Criminal Court C is threatening to dismiss charges against the former Central Bank of Liberia governor, Milton Weeks, after prosecutors asked for a second delay in the trial.
The editor of FrontPage Africa Rodney Sieh and the management of OK FM have both apologized to an associate justice of the Supreme Court for their recent publications that accused him of breaking traffic laws.
Judge Yamie Gbeisay has dropped criminal charges against Charles Sirleaf and three other former Central Bank of Liberia officials in the ongoing L$16 billion saga. Former bank governor Milton Weeks will now be tried alone.
Criminal Court A has dropped four out of five charges against Rep. Yekeh Kolubah. The lawmaker from Montserradoâ€™s tenth district will now only face a kidnapping charge.
Lawyers representing the government have asked the Civil Law Court to dismiss a petition for a declaratory judgment on the Liberian citizenship of the controversial lawyer, Nbubusi Nwabudike.
A judge has denied a request from Rep. Yekeh Kolubah to restore criminal charges that were earlier dropped against his former bodyguards.
Amid an ongoing investigation by the Liberia National Bar Association on the authenticity of the citizenship of Ndubusi Nwabudike, the Nigerian-born lawyer has petitioned the Civil Law Court for a declaratory judgement on his Liberian citizenship.
Criminal Court B has disclosed that it has no record of any naturalization document issued to Ndubusi Nwabudike. The Nigerian-born lawyer, who claimed to be a naturalized Liberian citizen, was recently the focus of a nomination controversy at the Senate.