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09:02
09:02

Mufti Joins Fiqh Council Board Mufti of Uganda 2 Top story

The Fiqh Council is an authoritative body responsible for interpreting Islamic law (Sharia) and guiding on religious and legal matters. It consists of a group of scholars and experts in Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh).
20:43
20:43

Bar Course Students Overhwelm Law Development Centre LDC 3 1

It is feared that the numbers could affect the quality of graduates and eventually the law practice in Uganda.
19:30
19:30

Court Martial Denies NUP Supporters Bail Again Kasubi Royal Tombs 2 Top story

Police claimed that the suspects masterminded attacks on Kasubi Royal tombs, on former Jinja resident city commissioner Eric Sakwa in Nakulabye, on Uganda Registration Services Bureau, and the Katwe Police station, among others. They were reportedly planning to block President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni from swearing in for his sixth term of office.
18:40
18:40

Four Jailed Eight Years for Plotting to Kill Kayihura Kale Kayihura 1

The accused also confessed to stealing a gun from a policeman in 2015 and using it in several failed and successful robberies..
09:27
09:27

Steel and Tube Industries Ordered to Compensate Former Employee UGX 100m 1

The records before the Court indicate that Wangala was a machine helper until October 14th, 2013 when his right hand was crushed by the leveling machine in the factory premises while on duty. The victim lost three index fingers and a forearm leading to permanent incapacity.
12:56
12:56

Molly Katanga Denied Bail on Murder Charges Katanga Murder Case 3

Before being committed to the High court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she says she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK hospital receiving specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands.
15:47
15:47

DPP Opposes Molly Katanga’s Bail Application Katanga Murder Case 2

According to Molly, before being committed to the High Court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK Hospital where she received specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands. She added that the injuries require a lot of specialized post-operative care for her recovery, which is not available in prison.
12:14
12:14

Constitutional Court Declines to Dismiss Anti Homosexuality Act, Nullifies Four Sections Richard Buteera 1 Top story

The petitioners, including West Budama MP Fox Odoi, human rights advocate Nicholas Opio, Makerere University Law professors Sylvia Tamale and Dr. Kabumba Businye, veteran journalist Andrew Mwenda, and USAID, argued that certain sections of the Anti-Homosexuality Law violated human dignity, freedoms of association and expression, and the right to engage in lawful trade and business.
08:14
08:14

Court Orders Gov't to Compensate Tea Farmers More than UGX 60Billion Attorney General 1 Top story

As per the consent judgment, it was recognized that the number of tea seedlings estimated to have been planted in the specified districts amounted to 106,640,606, valued at Shillings 42,656,242,400. Of this, Shillings 8,237,098,116 had already been paid to eligible nursery bed operators, and NAADS committed Shillings 7,118,326,249 for payment.
19:02
19:02

Court Sentences South African National to 40 years in Jail over Kidnap Court of Appeal 2

According to the Justices, executing these crimes in Uganda put this country into great disrepute which shows Uganda as an unsafe place thereby compromising tourism sector.
09:03
09:03

Terrorism Suspects Demand Treatment for Alleged Torture Injuries NUP supporters 1

Nakaseke Central Member of Parliament Allan Mayanja Sebunya asked Court to expedite the trial against the accused persons saying justice delayed is justice.
15:59
15:59

'Pressure 24 Seven' Protests Over Medical Tests in Prison Hate Speech 1

One of his lawyers, Gideon Masamba, told the court that their client's blood samples were extracted while in Luzira prison where he is on remand.
08:00
08:00

Court Upholds Decision Ordering Counsel Nangumya to Refund Client’s Cash 1 Top story

However, they found that directing the Law Council to disbar Nangumya and strike his name from the roll for future crimes involving clients' money was unconstitutional as it infringed on the right to a fair hearing.
15:41
15:41

Uganda Railway Corporation Officials Remanded for Causing Financial Loss Stanley Sendegeya 1

On Thursday, the suspects appeared before the Acting Senior Principal Grade One Magistrate Abert Asiimwe who read to them one count of causing financial loss. They are jointly charged with Stanley Sendegeya who did not appear.
15:26
15:26

Child Marriage Case: Portuguese National Yet to Pay UGX 30M Compensation 2

On Thursday, the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions- DPP told the High Court International Crimes Division Judge Dr Andrew Bashaija that they have not yet concluded their plea bargain agreement in this case.
16:40
16:40

Five Bank Officials Remanded Over Ugx 62 Billion Fraud Abert Asiimwe 1

It is alleged that Nabisubi intentionally impeded the establishment of the true ownership of 6.5 billion shillings which she fraudulently obtained from the Bank through Account Number 1032100370335 in the name of Najjemba purporting it was applied for as a loan yet it was a proceed of crime.
15:37
15:37

Former Theatre Assistant Remanded over Ugx 210,000 Bribe to Perform Operation 1

The Prosecution's Nicholas Kawoya has informed Court that he is not the Prosecutor in personal conduct of this case and therefore asked the Court for an adjournment to enable the prosecutor update the court on the status of investigations.
15:30
15:30

Court Sets Date for Trial of Katanga Murder Case, Widow's Bail Application Hearing Jonathan Muwaganya 2

The trial date was determined after a planning meeting between the judge, Katanga's legal representatives, and the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP).
06:31
06:31

Court Frees Suspects in Katumba Wamala Attempted Murder Case Terrorism charges 3 2 Top story

The court has also confirmed charges of murder against the six accused persons, alleging their involvement in various criminal activities.
09:50
09:50

Uganda Endorses Measures To Improve Access To Justice Injustices 1 Top story

Under these measures, law ministers resolved to ramp up efforts to remove barriers to access to justice and address the legal needs of all citizens.
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