Chief Justice Francis Korkpor
Supreme Court Builds Magisterial Court In Pleebo
By John Bropleh, LINA Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER, August 22 (LINA) - The Supreme Court of Liberia has constructed a modern Magisterial Court in Pleebo, Maryland County.
The facility, which is the first of its kind in the commercial capital Pleebo in 40 years, will ensure that the work of the Judiciary is done in conducive environment.
Performing the dedicatory ceremony recently on behalf of Chief Justice Francis Korkpor, the presiding Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court, Benedict Holt, commended the Supreme Court for constructing the facility.
Judge Holt noted that the building will provide the environment for the rule of law to prevail in the city.
In remarks, Pleebo City Magistrate A. Boye Mah said the new building will facilitate the relocation of the Magisterial Court from the City Hall, where it has operated for the past 40 years.
Magistrate Mah then promised to dispense transparent justice to all party litigants in Pleebo.