Features & Highlights

Court Convicts 8 of the Kampala Bomb Suspects, Acquits 5

The High Court in Kampala on Thursday 26, May 2016 convicted 8 people suspected of having masterminded the July 2010 Lugogo twin blasts that killed over 70 people who were watching World Cup finals.

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What Informs Judges’ Rulings?

The Ugandan law defines criminal offences and prescribes the corresponding penalties to be imposed by courts after conviction but judicial officers had in the past enjoyed a wide discretion while sentencing convicts.

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Plea Bargain Program Launched at Anti-Corruption

The plea bargain was launched at the Anti-Corruption court in Kololo on Friday May 13, 2016. The programme is aimed at reducing the huge case backlog.

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New Judges Deployed, 10 Others Transferred

KAMPALA-May 11, 2016: Barely two days after their swearing in, the seven newly appointed High Court Judges have been deployed to various stations by the Principal Judge , Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine.

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President swears in 7 new High Court Hon. Judges

President Yoweri Museveni on May 9, 2016 presided over the swearing in ceremony of seven newly appointed Hon. Judges of the High Court describing the process that has seen the power of the Judiciary restored as ‘a journey that started in 1986 and whose future is growing very bright.’

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Arua Inmates Petition Principal Judge Over Missing Files

During the launch of the plea bargaining session on April 25 at the Uganda government prisons in Arua, the inmates’ supervisor who is a former priest currently on defilement charges, Santos Wapokira, presented a petition to the Judiciary.

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