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14:20
14:20

Beg Justice Ssekaana for Forgiveness, Jailed Mabirizi Advised Contempt of court 1

Before taking leave of the case, the Justices who were led by Mutangula Kibeedi have made an opinion that the Chief Justice should in future consider the gravity of a case like this and make rules under the Civil Procedure Act to provide for restrictions on litigation by vexatious litigants.
15:43
15:43

Mabirizi Bail Application Hearing Flops Male Mabirizi 1

Last month, Mabirizi also asked the Court of Appeal comprised of Justices Muzamiru Mutangula Kibeedi, and Lady Justices Irene Mulyagonja and Eva Luswata to release him temporarily pending the determination of his intended appeal challenging his conviction and subsequent sentence of 18 months imprisonment.
19:05
19:05

Mabirizi Applies for Mandatory Bail 1

"That I have been in prison since February 21st, 2022 and no trial has taken place either before or after that date. That I know that upon spending 60 days in prison, I am entitled to mandatory bail," reads Mabirizi's application in part.
11:30
11:30

DPP Yet to Receive Proceedings in Mabirizi Offensive Communication Case 1

Robert Rutaro Muhairwe accuses Mabirizi of using his social media platforms to abuse Civil Division Judge Musa Ssekaana.
23:53
23:53

Court Summons Lawyer Mabirizi on Fresh Charges 1

In December 2021, Rutaro teamed up with Mabirizi to prosecute Pastor Aloysius Bujjingo for bigamy in Entebbe Chief Magistrates Court but they later fell out with each other after him(Rutaro) was okay with the Director of Public Prosecutions -DPP's plan to take over their case.
21:41
21:41

Police Summons Lawyer Ssemakadde for Abusing Justice Ssekaana Male Mabirizi 1

Ssemakadde has been summoned by Assistant Commissioner of Police Julius Twinomujuni on behalf of the Director CID to report at the CID headquarters in Kibuli on February 28th, 2022. He will be interviewed and also asked to record a statement for offensive communication.
08:33
08:33

Mabirizi's 18 Month Jail Term Draws Mixed Reactions from Lawyers Caleb Alaka 1 3 Top story

A section of lawyers interviewed by URN on Mabirizi's conviction have expressed mixed feelings. Some of the lawyers described the sentence as harsh and advised him to appeal and the sentence.
17:41
17:41

Judge Summons Mabirizi to Explain Why he Shouldn't Go to Jail contempt of court 2 1

In the notice signed by Judge Musa Ssekaana, the lawyer Mabirizi is required to appear before his court tomorrow at 3pm and explain why he shouldn't send him to prison.
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