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Jackson Kafuuzi takes oath as Deputy Attorney General

The Hague -- Today, 4 February 2021, Trial Chamber IX of the International Criminal Court ("ICC" or "Court") found Dominic Ongwen guilty for a total of 61 comprising crimes against humanity and war crimes, committed in Northern Uganda between 1 July 2002 and 31 December 2005. The verdict may be appealed by either party to the proceedings within 30 days after the notification of the Judgment.

ICC Trial Chamber IX, composed of Judge Bertram Schmitt, Presiding Judge, Judge Péter Kovács, and Judge Raul Cano Pangalangan, analyzed the evidence submitted and discussed before it at trial and found, beyond any reasonable doubt, that Mr. Ongwen is guilty of the following crimes…

 

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#MOJCA COVID-19 UPDATES | VISIT: MOH COVID-19 INFORMATION PORTAL

 

JUDICIARY

  1. Court hearings and appearances suspended for a period of 32 days with effect from 20th March 2020
  2. During this 32 day period, prisoners and remandees not to be presented in court
  3. All execution proceedings suspended
  4. Courts to continue handling certificates of urgency and taking a plea for serious cases and bail applications
  5. All conferences, workshops, meetings, and training programs suspended
  6. Travel abroad for all Judicial staff suspended 
  7. MoH COVID-19 preventive guidelines in full force and operationalized on all service points

 

PRESS RELEASE:  Normal operations in the Courts in Uganda shall have to wait until the general opening of public transport, the Chief Justice, Bart M. Katureebe, has said. DOWNLOAD (Published: May 28, 2020)

 

DOWNLOAD a circular issued by the Chief Justice on Covid-19 administrative measures.

 

 

DOWNLOAD a paper on COVID-19 and the administration of justice in Uganda (Published: May 18, 2020)

 

As one of the measures to curb the spread of Corvid-19 in courtrooms, the Nateete/Rubaga Magistrate’s Court has labeled court seats in conformity with guidelines issued by H.E The President, the Chief Justice and Ministry of Health to curb the spread of Covid-19.

 

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CONTACT the Judiciary using the information below: 

 

Courts of Judicature

High Court Building 

Plot 2, The Square

P. O. Box 7085, Kampala Uganda

 

Phone Contacts

Tel Line: +256 - (0) 414-344 116

Toll Free Lines :  0- 800 -111 900 / +256 - (0) 417- 892 900

Fax : +256 - (0) 414-344 110

Email : info [at] judicature.go.ug

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