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Regional court to deliver Age Limit appeal...

The outcome of the case could bring an end to a three–year legal battle in regard to the amendment.

AGE LIMIT APPEAL: Regional court to deliver...

Mabirizi claims that the amended presidential age limit clause (Article 102(b)) in the constitution was marred by violence and deployment of military police...

Justice Tibatemwa Ekirikubinza petitions...

Justice Tibatemwa wants court to award her damages totaling to sh150m to atone for the alleged mental torture she has been subjected to by the Judiciary’s...

Capital offenders should not get bail - Museveni...

Museveni once again said he believes in the Law of Moses in the Bible that calls for ‘an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.'

Chief Registrar asked to deal with favoritism...

The Chief Justice suggested that transfer of judicial officers should be made in November so that they report to the new station of work in January, the...

Museveni appoints Owiny-Dollo for Chief justice...

State House sources Thursday evening confirmed President Yoweri Museveni had written to the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga nominating Justice Alfonso...

Katureebe hands over office to deputy

The colourful handover ceremony took place at Kampala High Court on Monday. Having retired from office, the 70-year old Katureebe hanged the rob on Saturday....

Katureebe calls for better remuneration of...

Katureebe stressed that it was important to have well-constituted public commissions up to the task and the commissioners should be well remunerated.

Katureebe bitter with 'press conference'...

Katureebe observed that political activism had shrouded law practice.

Taskforce to probe corruption in Judiciary...

Chief Justice Bart Katureebe has set up a six-member taskforce to investigate allegations of corruption in the Judiciary.

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