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No More Congestion of Cases in Court as CJ Koome Leads in Launching of Alternative Justice Systems

The Judicial Service Commission has been working on alternative ways in which Kenyans cans get the Justice they deserve even without going to the main courts.

A spirited efforts by the judiciary to decongest its workload and expedite the delivery of justice, the Nakuru County police commander madam Beatrice Kiraguri joined the chief justice, Lady Justice Martha Koome for the launch of Nakuru Alternative Judice Systems(AJS) model in Nakuru earlier today.

According to the Judicial Service Commission, the AJS is an avenue for people and entities to settle cases and claims through an arrangement besides the traditional court system.

The model that has been launched by Justice Martha Koome is a blend of the Alternative Justice Systems and the court Annexed Alternative Justice Systems and seek to offer alternative resolutions to conflicts unique to Nakuru County.

Additionally the launched system will assist the courts to get rid of petty crimes and further improve the relationship between the enforcement agencies and the AJS clients. Madam Beatrice Kiraguri in her remarks lauded the CJ and the Judiciary for the process that she mentioned would free justice system of the enormous workload and subsequently allow courts to handle serious cases expeditiously.

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