Jurors involved with trials at the Temple of Justice are accusing the judiciary of not paying them for services they rendered during the May term of court.
A group of citizens has filed a petition to the Supreme Court of Liberia to compel Justice Minister Musa Dean to grant a permit to allow for the planned June 7 protest to take place.
President George Weah’s nominee to replace former Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh to the Supreme Court has accused the court of denying him justice when it suspended him for rendering a judgment in a case while serving as presiding judge of the Civil Law Court.
House of Representatives votes to impeach Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court.
The Cestos Magisterial court denied a motion last Thursday to dismiss the criminal coercion case against three journalists in River Cess for alleged defamation of character.
On Tuesday, March 27, the Supreme Court will hear legal arguments in the election dispute case in Nimba’s fourth district involving Garrison Yealue, the incumbent lawmaker, and his rival Gunpue L. Kargon.
Rep. Roger Domah of Nimba’s seventh electoral district has promised to better represent his constituents by promising not to receive any “brown envelopes” as a lawmaker.
Margibians are largely commending President George Weah for appointing one of their sons as minister of education.