Supreme Court Justice Jamesetta Wolokolie has called a conference with the judge in the case involving Montserrado’s tenth district lawmaker, Rep. Yekeh Kolubah. The citation comes after the judge denied the lawmaker’s request for a bench trial.
Former Defense Minister Brownie Samukai and his co-defendants have been found guilty of three out of the five corruption-related charges brought against them by the Liberian government.
Judge Yamie Gbeisay will decide the fate of former defense minister Brownie Samukai and co-defendants today, Tuesday, in the economic sabotage case at Criminal Court C.
Solicitor General Syrenius Cephus, who is also the government’s chief prosecutor, says the exit of Cllr. Arthur Johnson as head of the government’s Assets Investigation, Restitution, and Recovery Team is a big blow.
The magistrate of the Cestos City Magisterial Court in River Cess says operations at the court are being seriously impaired due to the lack of a court clerk, bailiff, and vital stationery supplies.
Royal Air Maroc has been ordered to pay US$350,000 in damages to a lawyer for losing his luggage in a case that began almost five years ago.
The chief of staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia and other high ranking AFL officials are set to testify today in the economic sabotage trial against Brownie Samukai.
Judge Peter Gbenewelleh of the Civil Law Court has forwarded the case involving suspended Unity Party chairman Wilmot Paye to the Supreme Court, noting that the questions raised by the case are inherently constitutional in nature and must, therefore, be addressed by the nation’s highest court.