Electoral Justice and the frequent resort to Judiciaries to settle electoral disputes as presenting a burden/challenge on Constitutional and Supreme Courts requiring the upholding of the highest virtues of independence, integrity, accountability etc.; Environmental Law and the process towards Greening the Economy with emphasis on Judges being protectors of the
The Judiciary of Sierra Leone on Thursday, 28th January, 2021 commenced three (3) days orientation and capacity building training for Magistrates. The official opening took place at the High Court No.1, Main Law Courts building, Siaka Stevens Street in Freetown. This is the first time under the leadership of His
Seven (7) accused persons standing trial at the Sexual Offences Model Court (SOMC) for sexual penetration and its related offences have been imprisoned after conviction to serve various number of years at the correctional center. Since its establishment, Friday 24th July 2020, the Court has for the first time convicted
Judiciary of Sierra Leone Communications Unit, Spur Loop in Freetown: Led by the Hon. Chief Justice of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Justices of the Court of Judicature on Monday, 22nd March, 2021, visited the bereaved family of the late Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Desmond Edgar Fashole Luke. Speaking at
The Kabala Resident High Court Judge presiding over cases at the Special High Court Criminal Session holden at Mongo Bendugu, Mongo Chiefdom in Falaba District, Justice Abdul Rahman Mansaray (J) has sentenced Alusine Kombor Marrah for sexual penetration and its related offences contrary to law. The accused Alusine Kombor Marrah
The High Court Criminal Session has commenced on Tuesday 9th March, 2021 in Mongo Bendugu, Mongo Chiefdom, Falaba District with seven cases ranging from Sexual Penetration of a child, Rape, Larceny among other offences contrary to law. The first Resident Judge of Kabala, Koinadugu District, Justice Abdul Rahman Mansaray (J)
One of the newly appointed Justices of the Court of Appeal, Justice Komba Kamanda, has sentenced one Musa Sheka Jabatie to 14 Years imprisonment for Sexually Penetrating a child in Freetown. The 7 years old victim was in an acute pain after being brutally penetrated by the convict, a 21-year-old.
Judiciary of Sierra Leone Communications, Law Courts Building Freetown, Tuesday 10th November, 2020: Sierra Leone’s Chief Justice, His Lordship Ambassador Desmond Babatunde Edwards has strongly warned staff members of the Judiciary against corruption and its related offences which will undermine sustainable reforms and growth of the Judiciary. Amb. Hon.