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Criminal Court “B” Dockets 8 Cases For August Term
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Criminal Court “B” Dockets 8 Cases For August Term
By Comfort M. Johnson

MONROVIA, August 10 (LINA) - The Criminal Court “B” at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia has seven cases on its docket for litigation and one slated for determination during its August Term that starts Monday, August 15.

According to Court documents, there are six murder and two aggravated assault cases on the docket, with an unspecified number of cases expected to be included on the docket soon.

According to the document, the Republic of Liberia, through the Ministry of Justice, filed a murder and criminal facilitation case against defendants Joseph, Edmuna and Tenapu Garnett of the City of Monrovia on March 8.

On February 29, the Justice Ministry filed murder cases against Vieux B. Teah on February 29; Sherman Zangar on February 2, and Wellington Harris on December 23, 2014, the document stated.  

They are all residents of the City of Monrovia.

According to the document, the Ministry of Justice also filed aggravated assault cases against Serena Dweh; and T. Darlington George and James Tamba of the City of Monrovia on December 1 and December 15, 2015, respectively.

The document noted that the murder case filed against Gansee K. Winn of the City of Monrovia on October 21, 2015, has been litigated and placed on the docket for determination during this term of court.
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