‘I Took Political Bullets for You’ – Prez. Sirleaf

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Monday delivered her farewell address during the opening of the October 2017 Term of the Supreme Court, saying that she...

Ellen Delivers Farewell Massage at Supreme Court Today

  With just four months to the end of her presidency, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is today expected  to attend her last opening of the...

Senate Judiciary C’tte Passes Transition Act, Votes Rape Bailable by Law

The plenary of the Senate through its Committee on Judiciary, chaired by Grand Cape Mount County Senator H. Varney Sherman, has developed it's own...

Opposition Decries Senate Action to Amend Rape Law

The standard bearer of the Alternative National Congress, Alexander B. Cummings, has reacted sharply to the decision by the Liberian Senate to amend the...

Rep. Saah Joseph Escapes Jail over Child Support

Just five days to the October 10 presidential and legislative elections, Montserrado County District #13 Rep. Saah Joseph, yesterday could have found himself in...

Sable Mining Case ‘Suspended’ for Elections

The Supreme Court yesterday did not give any assurance that it will mandate Criminal Court 'C'  to resume jurisdiction over the Sable Mining alleged...

Magistrate Refuses to Sign ‘Sex Video’ Man’s US$50K Bond

Magistrate Kennedy Peabody of the Monrovia City Court yesterday refused to sign a US$50,000 bond filed to have defendant Mohammed Sambola, accused of recording...

Former EPS Officers Frown on Pension Program

Writes Legislature to halt program over wrongful retirement At least 29 officers of the Executive Protective Service (EPS), who claim to be ”wrongfully retired,” have...

Mohammed Jabbateh Trial Begins Today in US

Scheduled to begin today, 2 October, is the trial of the alleged Liberian war criminal Mohammed Jabbateh, popularly known as “Jungle Jabbah,”  in Philadelphia,...

“Desist from Stealing Judges’ Rulings before Release”

Associate Magistrate Warns A journalist now serving as a magistrate of the Brewerville Magisterial Court  has advised employees of the judiciary who are in the...

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