CJ raises concern over rising defilement cases Chief Justice David Maraga today asked religious leaders and village elders to help mentor young people in order to curb the spiraling cases of defilement that are leading to many of them ending up in jail. He said that in the many prisons he had toured around the
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Chief Justice David Maraga will on Friday, August 16, 2019, preside over the official opening of the new court building at Nyamira Law Courts.
Judicial Service Commission (JSC) statement on persons recommended to the President for appointment as Judges of the Environment and Land Court (ELC) and the Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC). [ Download ]
Minors at Lamu Law Courts will now testify behind a facility that will protect their identity. The witness protection box provided by Office of the Registrar Magistrates Court will protect children from being identified when giving personal testimonies in Court. The facility that has tinted glass, comprises of a microphone connected to a speaker that
Chief Justice David Maraga visited Kilifi Law Courts and the GK Prison. At the court station, the CJ met staff and inspected service delivery while at the Kilifi GK Prison, he inspected the conditions of inmates and remandees at the facility.
Condolence Message to the family of the late Governor Joyce Laboso It is with great shock and sadness that I have received news of the death of Governor Joyce Laboso of Bomet County. On behalf of my family, the entire Judiciary and on my own behalf, I wish to express our deepest condolences and heartfelt
A new court building was officially opened at Molo Law Courts. Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the function that was attended by residents and local leaders of Molo, led by Governor Lee Kinyanjui. This is the fifth court project funded by World Bank through the Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP), to be opened in
The Business Court Users Committee held discussions on improving delivery of services in the Commercial Division of the High Court. The discussions which were led by the Commercial Division Presiding Judge Justice Mary Kasango focused on clearing case backlog and automation of services in the Division. The event was attended by judges in the