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I will collaborate to ensure justice-Sup. Duncan

By Sylvester Green

(mylbsonline/Liberia)-The Margibi County branch of the National Bar Association has admitted the county Development Superintendent, Victoria-Wolobah Duncan, as practicing lawyer.

Madam Duncan said: “I will work in collaboration with the county’s National Bar Association to ensure justice in Margibi County.”

She called on the citizens of the county to avoid attitudes that have the tendency of evoking court action against them.

The Margibi County Circuit Court Judge, Cllr Peter Gbeneweleh, speaking as guest speaker described bribery as unacceptable in the implementation of justice.

Cllr. Gbeneweleh spoke Tuesday March 19, 2013 in Kakata, Margibi County where the Bar Association admitted Superintendent, Duncan, to began practicing lawyer in the county.

Judge Gbeneweleh said: “It is injustice to accept bribe in the execution of justice between party litigants.”

He called for more trained judges and lawyers to take up assignments in rural communities to protect the rights of ordinary Liberians.

Upon her admission, into the County’s Bar-based in Kakata, the provincial City of Margibi County, Superintendent Duncan earlier graduated from the Lois Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia in Monrovia.

 


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