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12 Cases On Pleebo Magisterial Court Docket
By Ballah M. Kollie, LINA
PLEEBO, MARYLAND, March 30 (LINA) –The Stipendiary Judge of the Pleebo Magisterial Court has disclosed that there were 12 cases on the court’s docket for the March Term of Court with theft of property topping the cases.
He named the cases as theft of property, burglary, misapplication of entrusted property, persistent non-child support, among others.
Stipendiary Judge Boyee Mah told the Liberia News Agencyin Pleebo City Wednesday that four of the cases have already been adjudicated.
Meanwhile, Judge Mah has lauded the Supreme Court for its continued support to the Pleebo Magisterial Court.
He is, however, calling on the Supreme Court of Liberia to respond to the mobility needs of the court.
According to Judge Mah, the court does not even have a bicycle, making it difficult to transport defendants to prison, serve writs and summons, among other activities.
He said while it is true that the court is up to its task, responding to its mobility need will enhance its operations.
At the same time, Judge Mah has praised the collaboration between the court and local authorities in the county.
He is urging those acquiring land to properly acquire them, adding “unless you properly acquire a land and complete every legal requirement you cannot claim to have one.”