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Judge Blasts Journalists, Lawyers

The Inquirer Criminal Court “B” Judge Karboi Nuta has sharply lashed out at journalists for misinforming the public regarding ongoing records of the trial of the case involving Senator Roland Kaine and others which has subsequently been suspended by the Justice in Chambers.

Presiding over the hearing of a ‘motion to bail’ for the defendant of said case during its 39th jury sitting yesterday, the Assigned Circuit judge, Nuta, stated, “The court has the authority to act in correcting erroneous publication and exercise that authority because such erroneous publication has the propensity to create undue and unwarranted negative concept of the court and the justice system.” 

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