Lawyers representing the Lebanese national Abbas El Debes in the ongoing human trafficking case have filed a motion for Judge William Sando to recuse himself from the trial.
The ongoing trial involving fifteen Liberian girls allegedly trafficked to Lebanon has suffered a major setback after a majority of its jurors were dismissed.
Defense lawyers representing Abbas El Debes, a Lebanese businessman accused of human trafficking involving fifteen Liberian girls, risk being held in contempt for unjustifiable absences to the court.
The Bush Chicken has reliable information that on Tuesday there was a quarrel between two of the fifteen Liberian girls who were allegedly trafficked to Lebanon.
Lawyers representing the Government of Liberia in the ongoing human trafficking case have asked the eleventh judicial circuit court to bar journalists and the public from the trial proceedings.
The Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment, Julius K. Sele, has disclosed that bad roads are hampering the ability to complete legislative projects in some parts of the country.
Amid the defense team’s request to reduce the police presence, Judge William Sando has suspended proceedings in the human trafficking case involving 14 Liberian girls due to an incomplete jury.
The Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court has denied a motion from defense lawyers representing defendant Abbas El Debes to have him transferred from the Tubmanburg prison to the Monrovia Central Prison to undergo medical treatment.