A pioneering online court in British Columbia, Canada, is to take over the bulk of road traffic accident claims in April in a model being watched with interest by HM Courts and Tribunals Service, the judiciary and government ministers. ‘We are now about to assume jurisdiction over a large part of the justice system in British Columbia,’ Shannon Salter, chair of the Civil Resolution Tribunal, told an audience in London last night. Continue reading Canada shows way to online claims future
Lawyers for President Donald Trump want porn actress Stormy Daniels to pay them $340,000 in legal bills they claim they earned successfully defending Trump against her frivolous defamation claim. Continue reading Lawyers want Stormy Daniels to pay Trump $340K in legal fees
Carol Ajie has been very unsettled and aggressive since the President of the Nigerian Bar Association offered her a nomination (NBA nomination quota) into the board of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)instead of the IBA Council NBA rep which she desired. Continue reading Carol Ajie’s narratives are not consistent with her purported ideals
Kathleen McDonagh, aged 25, opened some Pringles in a Tesco in the city of Cork before she had paid for them.
The woman had been banned from the store, and told the court she opened the crisps so that security would be forced to let her pay for it. Continue reading Irish woman jailed for criminal damage to €1.50 crisps
A former Florida police chief will serve three years in prison for a department conspiracy to frame black people for crimes they did not commit. Continue reading Ex-police chief in Florida gets prison time for framing black people
It was Frank D. Roosevelt who once said that “self-interest is the enemy of true affection.” Granted that in politics, the popular view is that interest is the only thing that is permanent and there is always an element of self-interest lurking beneath the surface of every supposedly altruistic action, however, such personal agenda should not be advanced to the detriment of others. Continue reading Carol Ajie should be in jail pursuant to the Cybercrime Act-This is why
A front bencher in the Nigeria parliament of the first republic and the Chairman of the judiciary committee of the Senate in the second republic; represented, Aguinyi Senatorial District of Anambra State.
A seasoned lawyer and a lionhearted legislator who remarkably, during his days in the senate, played a vital role in the successful negotiation of amnesty for Late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu (Eze Igbo Gburugburu). Continue reading Senator Nathaniel Nwadike Anah -THE SAGE GOES HOME! A tribute by Oguegbu, Ostende Udoka
Lawyers across Nigeria are expressing their discontent over the death of a magistrate R.C Ogu in orlu,Imo State.
The Nigerian Bar Association,Imo State will be organising a protest and court protest over the incident.
A press release by the Publicity Secretary,Chkwurah Onuorah received by Courtroom Mail states as follows: Continue reading Lawyers in Owerri mobilise to boycott court over the assassination of a Magistrate
The Nigerian Bar Association Orlu has resolved to boycott courts and stage a protests over the incessant criminal activities around the courts in the judicial division which reached its climax with the assassination of a Magistrate His Worship, R. C. Ogu.
The branch released the following information made available to Courtroom Mail and signed by the publicity Secretary N.D Okafor Continue reading Nigerian Bar Association Orlu resolves to boycott court over death of Magistrate
More than 300 fourth year students from the School of Law at Moi University on Tuesday blocked the Eldoret – Nakuru highway to protest over missing marks. Continue reading Law students protest in Kenya over ‘missing marks- Accuse police of using live bullets