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Legal Matters

Utuama Hinges Good Governance on Credible Polls.

Vanguard Newspaper
15/02/2010

Delta State acting governor, Professor Amos Utuama (SAN) has hinged the country’s quest for good governance and development on its ability to conduct credible polls that would give the electorate the power to decide who governs them.
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Amos Utuama , effurun, Mukoro Mowoe , Urhobo , John Alele

Delta Frees 65 Detainees.

Guardian Newspaper
14/02/2010

CHIEF Judge of Delta State, Justice Roseline Bozimo, has ordered the immediate release of 65 awaiting trial inmates who had no case files to prosecute them.
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Roseline Bozimo, Warri Prisons , Kwale Prisons, Sapele Prisons , Sapele Remand Home, Ogwashi-Uku Prisons

Reprieve For 13 Inmates as Chief Judge Visits Warri Prison.

Thisday Newspaper
02/02/2010

It was a pleasant surprise for 13 of the inmates of Warri Prisons as they yesterday walked into the sweet path of freedom following amnesty granted them by the visiting Chief Judge of Delta State, Justice Roselyn Bozimo.
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Roselyn Bozimo, Jite Asakpa, Vincent Ofodafe, Ufuoma, Oguma, Joseph Ovara, Christopher Akpome, Glory Atche, Onoriode Ogodo, Austine Atugbe.

Legal Aid Council Offer Deltans Free Legal Services

Minisitry Of Information Delta State
17/09/2008

Deltans especially the less privileged who cannot afford the services of a lawyer, have been told to take advantage of the services provided by the Legal Aid Council to handle litigations against them.
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Clement Ewulum,Bernard Onokohwemu

Court Acquits Man For Alleged Illegal Oil Bunkering


22/08/2008

A Port Harcourt chief magistrate's court has discharged and acquitted one Ifeanyi Idigo, 35, accused of illegal oil bunkering for lack of evidence. The presiding magistrate, Mr Leba Adookor, gave the judgment when the matter came up for hearing in Port Harcourt.
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How Ogwashi-Uku court found accused persons guilty of Dikibo’s murder.

Ogwashiku Investigation

Innocent Osakwe
20/08/2008

FOR the duo of Onyeka Emordi and Solomon Igbinedion, July 30, 2008 was a day set aside by fate to determine their innocence or guilt as to the alleged murder of the late South-South leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Alfred Dikibo.
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