The Liberian National Police has charged a 32-year-old man for assaulting another man at a bar in Sinkor, in a case where Rep. Acarous Gray was accused of ordering the assault.
The Monrovia City Court has released 13 of the 21 riot suspects from the Monrovia Central Prison following a protest at the Temple of Justice and a challenge from defense lawyers.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has sentenced a 24-year-old man to life imprisonment for killing Othello Charty in the Kesselly Boulevard Community.
A lawyer representing 21 incarcerated defendants who were arrested by the Liberian National Police is warning that “big hands” with the Executive Branch are intimidating insurance companies to prevent them from issuing bonds to his clients.
The United States aid agency, USAID, has dedicated and turned over a library and five staff housing units to Cuttington University.
After several meetings with stakeholders, it is now clear that members of the pending mass citizens’ assembly will gather on Capitol Hill to the present their petition to the government on June 7.
Supreme Court Justice Joseph Nagbe has issued a stay order on the ongoing trial of former and current officials of the Central Bank on Liberia who were indicted for illegally printing excess banknotes.
Associate Justice Joseph Nagbe of the Supreme Court of Liberia has issued a citation to Justice Minister Musa Dean and the Council of Patriots, the organizers of the pending June 7 protest, for a conference on Monday, June 3.