The Third Judiciary Circuit Court in Sinoe continues to suffer acute lack of basic logistical support due to the inability of the central government to provide for the court. This sentiment was expressed by Judge Geeplah Tiklo Konton when he spoke at the opening of the February 2020 term of court in Greenville.
Judge Cianeh Clinton Johnson has transferred the murder trial of Oliver Dillon from Criminal Court B to Margibi. Dillon is a brother of Montserrado’s Senator Darius Dillon and was coordinator of decentralization at the Ministry of Transport prior to his indictment in April 2019.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has transferred the murder trial involving defendant Oliver Dillon to Criminal Court B at the Temple of Justice.
After several meetings with stakeholders, it is now clear that members of the pending mass citizens’ assembly will gather on Capitol Hill to the present their petition to the government on June 7.
Supreme Court Justice Joseph Nagbe has issued a stay order on the ongoing trial of former and current officials of the Central Bank on Liberia who were indicted for illegally printing excess banknotes.
Associate Justice Joseph Nagbe of the Supreme Court of Liberia has issued a citation to Justice Minister Musa Dean and the Council of Patriots, the organizers of the pending June 7 protest, for a conference on Monday, June 3.
After being expelled from the Sinoe County Legislative Caucus for breaking a “peace accord” signed in Bamako, Mali in June this year, Sen. Joseph Nagbe says he wants leaders of the county put aside their differences.
Barely 24 hours after Philip A. Z. Banks retired as an associate justice of the Supreme Court, President George Weah has nominated Sen. Joseph N. Nagbe of Sinoe as a replacement.