The Ministry of Justice has concluded a regional consultative meeting with its partners to construct a draft policy aiming to formalize alternative dispute resolutions across the country.
Rep. Yekeh Kolubah Accuses Former Bodyguards of Plotting His Death
Rep. Yekeh Kolubah has filed an official complaint to the Ministry of Justice accusing his former security guards of attempting to murder him.
Diplomatic Missions Back Govâ€™t in Deferring Council of Patriots Protest to January 5
Major diplomatic stakeholders in Liberia have given their backing to the Liberian government in deferring the mass peaceful assembly planned to kick off today by the Council of Patriots.
As Council of Patriots Plans â€˜Peaceful Assemblyâ€™ in Monrovia, Government Alleges Treason
The Justice Ministry has launched its gravest threat yet against the Council of Patriots since the group emerged early this year as the governmentâ€™s most decisive critic. The threat comes as the group plans to initiate a protest on Dec. 30.
Buchanan Central Prison Superintendent Gets Indefinite Suspension
The Bush ChickenÂ has confirmed the indefinite suspension of the superintendent of the Buchanan Prison Compound, Victor Logan, due to several irregularities at the prison.
Court Orders Roots FM Closed for Operating Illegally
Popular radio station Roots FM was shut down on Thursday, October 10 after the Monrovia City Court issued a writ of search and seizure warrant to retrieve several equipments at the station, including the stationâ€™s transformer.
Grand Gedehâ€™s National Palace of Correction Faces Food Shortage
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered that Grand Gedehâ€™s National Palace of Correction is facing a shortage of food to feed the 290 inmates at the facility.
Govâ€™t Launches Prison Act as Corrections Bureau Pushes for Autonomy
The Ministry of Justice has proposed a bill seeking autonomy for the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.