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Police are holding a Mombasa court clerk and two others who were arrested for faking surety documents used to bail out an accused person.The court clerk, Florence Dianga, was arrested alongside her accomplices, George Ochieng Omollo and Teddy Ojwang Mwanga, in Mombasa.
Belinda Rose The defendant, of Wensleydale Road, Great Barr, appeared in the dock wearing a grey sweatshirt and spoke only to confirm his name to the court clerk.
Supreme Court clerk of court Edgar Aricheta, ex-officio JBC secretary, said on Friday that interested applicants must submit their application or recommendation with conforme, together with all the requirements, to the JBC office in Manila not later than Sept.
He was responding after the Village Development Committee secretary, Ms Milly Obonyweemang indicated that the court clerk for Khakhea was forced to cover other villages, which then stretched her.
The 60,000-square-foot annex also houses a court security control room, circuit court clerk operations and space that's temporarily being used by the circuit court clerk and the sheriff's office as a training room.
Sprowls, on initiatives that support the needs of our shared constituents," said Ken Burke, the Pinellas County Court Clerk and Comptroller.
He is a member of the Seneca Nation of Indians where he previously served as a Constitution and Law Reform Subcommittee member, a Peacemaker's court clerk, lay advocate and a law clerk in the Department of Law.<br />Redeye received his J.D.
A court clerk dealing with the proceedings told reporters the case had been "administratively adjourned".
During a 40-minute court appearance, Clarke turned down the offer of a hearing loop, telling the court clerk his own hearing aid had a new battery.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A court clerk has denied all charges of accepting money and using a judge's password to reduce the 18-year prison term of a suspect in the judicial database.
As the court clerk read out the charge of disorderly behaviour to Roper, he started singing Born Free and continued to sing it throughout the hearing.
Defendant made no effort to seek assistance from the trial court after the trial court clerk indicated the record could not be certified as complete and accurate, and the Court of Appeals says defendant waived his argument that he was denied due process; his conviction of aggravated malicious wounding for attacking and severely injuring his girlfriend with a box cutter is affirmed.