Press Release

Induction of Newly Appointed Grade I Magistrates

16th, August 2016
The Hon. Chief Justice Bart, Hon. Justice Bart Katureebe expressed fear about the environment the Judiciary is working in.Read More »

Raid on Court Unacceptable - Chief Justice

12th, August 2016
Kampala. The Hon. Chief Justice Bart Katureebe condemned the raid on Makindye Chief Magistrate’s Court by a rowdy mob supporting Gen Kale Kayihura, which frustrated the scheduled on Wednesday August 10th, 2016, is unacceptable and it must not happen again,” Hon. Justice Katureebe said. Read More »

Pre-Trial Sessions for the Suspects Charged With the Murders of Muslim Clerics

11th, August 2016
The case, in which 32 people are charged with the killing of top Muslim clerics in the country, was sent for pre-trial sessions before the actual hearing can be conducted. Read More »

Ugandan Judge to Head Seychelles’ First Anti-Corruption Commission

8th, August 2016
Seychelles President, HE James Michel has appointed the five members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, the first such body in the island nation, State House announced on Friday, August 5, 2016.Read More »

Court To Hold Trials Off-Site

28th, July 2016
Kamuli: The Judiciary in Kamuli District will with effect from August, 2016 conduct some trials outside gazetted court premises in order to allow for more citizens’ to access justice. Read More »

High Court Grants Besigye Bail

12th, July 2016
The High Court in Kampala presided over by Justice Wilson Masalu Musene has today (July 18, 2016) granted bail to Dr Kiiza Besigye, a former presidential candidate. Read More »

CJ Receives Award of Appreciation from NUDIPU

11th, July 2016
While receiving an award of appreciation from representatives of the disabled for two landmark court rulings that recognized their plight Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Bart Katureebe said that they are never appreciated for the work they do.Read More »

DPP Calls for Law to Protect Sexual Offence Witnesses

11th, July 2016
Kampala- The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Hon. Justice Mike Chibita, asked government to urgently pass a law for protection of witnesses in sexual and gender-based violence cases.Read More »