ICC Reveals How Witnesses in Paul Gicheru's Case Will be Treated as Judge Miatta Gives One Condition
The International Criminal Case involving Kenyan Lawyer Paul Gicheru is slated to take place on 24th September after it was postponed from September 17th following his appeal. Gicheru was to travel to Hague, but his request to attend the trial virtually was granted, with Trial Chamber III Judge Miatta Samba giving Gicheru a condition that he will link up with the ICC registry to make sure the session is not delayed.
Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru Lawyer Paul Gicheru trial at International Criminal Court (ICC) to kick off in March next year as ICC prosecutor continues with investigation on the 2007/2008 post election violence that rocked the country. According to deputy Prosecutor James Stewart, ICC believes that Kenyan authority is still holding some crucial evidences that will help them in closing the trial.
Paul Gicheru's ICC Case Gains Momentum as Prosecutor Reveals Crucial Details of September 24th Trial
Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru's case is slated to commerce on September 24th after it was postponed from September 17th. Gicheru who is accused of bribing witnesses to drop testifying against Journalist Joshua Sang and Deputy President William Ruto over the 2007 and 2008 post election violence, is expected to face six Kenyan witnesses (P-0800, P-0536, P-0613, P-0341, P-0274, and P-0516) on start of his trial case.