https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7980.mp3?cb=1646653086.mp3 The process to purchase land roughly consists of 2 parts: You carry out inquiries to ascertain the status of the land and the seller
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7922.mp3?cb=1646128817.mp3 When a case is proved against a child in a criminal trial and they are sentenced to imprisonment, he or she is taken to
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7914.mp3?cb=1646041440.mp3 Children below the age of 18 years who have committed or are suspected to have committed a crime are termed as; ‘children in conflict with
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7909.mp3?cb=1646040410.mp3 Because of their young age, the law gives children more protection than adults therefore creating a special regime of child rights. There are several
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7906.mp3?cb=1646036081.mp3 The general understanding of corruption is when a person acts in his public office contrary to the demands of that particular office. Government officers
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7903.mp3?cb=1646033907.mp3 You have the Right to Appeal! In most cases, you may have the right to appeal the decision of the court or other bodies.
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-7900.mp3?cb=1646031815.mp3 Powers of a Prison Officer A Prison Officer has similar powers, protection, and privileges of a Police Officer within a prison or while in
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