The Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe said the document presented by the lawyer as it was could have been printed anywhere and presented to court since it had no name of the officer signing it as well as the official stamp.
Samuel Munobe, the Luwero Chief Magistrate, says that following the nasty accident, the Prison is facing challenges to transport inmates to court because their truck was damaged while some of the warders are still nursing injuries and traumatized as a result of the incident.
Now, Samuel Munobe, the Luwero Chief Magistrate, says that as Members of Parliament discuss bail reforms, there is need to amend the MCA law and scrap the committal process, saying it's inconsistent with article 28 (1) and 44 (C).
The three parties through their lawyer of Rwakafuuzi and Co. Advocates said that the offense of criminal libel and offensive communication, when used against citizens who criticize politicians and public figures, are not reasonable and justifiable in an open democratic society based on humanity, equality and freedom
Jameson Karemani the Public Relations Officer of Judiciary says that the delay is due to the ongoing COVID 19 lockdown. He however noted that immediately after the lockdown is relaxed, the Judiciary will deploy a judge and start operations as other requirements are put in place.
Achola pleaded not guilty and applied for bail through the Centenary Bank lawyer, Joshua Sserugendo. She presented her supervisor, Louis Ngabirano and her workmate, Rehema Kakembo at Centenary Bank as her sureties for bail application.
Munobe revealed that they plan to set aside resources from this quarter to facilitate the planned sessions and asked the Deputy Chief Justice Richard Buteera and Case Backlog Committee to grant them permission to implement the strategy.
The State prosecution lead by Martin Nabasa told court that between December 2020 and January 2021 this year, Nasur and others at large stole 29 million shillings from the party account in Centenary Bank, Wobulenzi branch.
On Tuesday, 35 supporters of Kyagulanyi from Luwero and Wobulenzi towns appeared before Luwero Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe where they were charged with common nuisance and disobeying unlawful orders.
After conviction, Kisomeso asked the court for a pardon and instead of a custodial sentence, give him a suspended sentence, and castrate him to tame his sexual urge, so that he can look after his eight-months-old baby.
The State Prosecutor, Noah Kunya objected to the presentation of the DNA results and asked the judge to disregard it, saying it obtained in contempt of court since it wasn’t conducted by GAL and witnessed by a Police officer.
According to the cause list issued by Justice Wilson J. Kwesiga the head of Criminal Division, Justice Mugenyi will handle forty cases in the next forty days at Luweero high court. The cause list includes 16 aggravated defilement cases and 15 murder cases. Other cases include four rape cases, three aggravated robbery cases, one kidnap and one indecent assault case.