Today
March 8, 2021
Court
March 8, 2021 to March 31, 2021
All working days 2:30 am

State Capture Inquiry

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The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, also known as the Zondo Commission of Inquiry or Zondo Commission, is a public inquiry launched by the government of Cyril Ramaphosa in August 2018 to 'investigate allegations of State Capture, Corruption, Fraud and other allegations in the Public Sector including Organs of State' in South Africa. It is headed by deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. World Justice News will show the State Capture Inquiry free. For the link to view the State Capture Inquiry please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
4:30 am

Bosco Ntaganda Trial

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Bosco Ntaganda was accused of 13 counts of war crimes (murder and attempted murder; attacking civilians; rape; sexual slavery of civilians; pillaging; displacement of civilians; attacking protected objects; destroying the enemy's property; and rape, sexual slavery, enlistment and conscription of child soldiers under the age of fifteen years and using them to participate actively in hostilities) and 5 counts of crimes against humanity (murder and attempted murder; rape; sexual slavery; persecution; forcible transfer of population), allegedly committed in the Ituri Province, the DRC, in 2002/2003. Bosco Ntaganda is the alleged Deputy Chief of Staff and commander of operations of the Union des Patriotes Congolais/Forces Patriotiques pour la Libération du Congo (UPC/FPLC), an organized armed group involved in two conflicts in Ituri in 2002/2003:
  1. a widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population pursuant to an organisational policy adopted by the UPC/FPLC to attack civilians perceived to be non-Hema, such as those belonging to Lendu, Bira and Nande ethnic groups.
  2. a non-international armed conflict between the UPC/FPLC and other organized armed groups.
Bosco Ntaganda is charged with crimes in both conflicts, including in two specific attacks: one in the Banyali-Kilo collectivité in late 2002 and another in Walendu-Djatsi collectivité in early 2003. Bosco Ntaganda is charged pursuant to different modes of liability: direct perpetration, indirect co-perpetration (article 25(3)(a) of the Statute); ordering, inducing (article 25(3)(b) of the Statute); any other contribution to the commission or attempted commission of crimes (article 25(3)(d) of the Statute); or as a military commander for crimes committed by his subordinates (article 28(a) of the Statute). World Justice News shows the International Criminal Court sessions free. For the link to view the Bosco Ntaganda Appeal please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
7:00 am

Paul Gicheru Appeal

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The International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands is holding an appeal hearing in the case of The Prosecutor v. Paul Gicheru. Paul Gicheru, a lawyer formerly based in Kenya, is suspected of offences against the administration of justice committed in or around 2013 in Kenya consisting in corruptly influencing witnesses of the ICC Prosecution. Philip Kipkoech Bett is suspected of offenses against the administration of justice consisting in corruptly influencing Prosecution witnesses. The evidence indicates that said scheme has been run in an organized manner and with a clear distribution of tasks. The role of Philip Kipkoech Bett has been to contact the witnesses, at least some of whom they knew previously, and to make initial proposals before bringing them to the managers. There is also information that those witnesses who were successfully corrupted were enticed to make contact with other witnesses, for the purpose of their corruption. World Justice News will show the Paul Gicheru Appeal Hearing free. For the link to view the Paul Gicheru Appeal Hearing please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
8:30 am / 11:30 am

Broward Bond Court – Morning Session

Broward Bond Court is from Broward County Florida.  It is first appearance court, also called bond court. It is held at the county's main courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale and is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest. World Justice News shows the Broward Bond Court free. Click here to watch the Broward Bond Court Hearings.
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Court
March 8, 2021 to April 23, 2021
All working days 9:00 am

Derek Chauvin Trial

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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after white police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes while Floyd was handcuffed and lying face down on the street. Two other officers further restrained Floyd, who had been arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit bill, and a fourth prevented onlookers from intervening as Floyd begged for his life and repeatedly said 'I can't breathe'. During the final three minutes Floyd was motionless and had no pulse, but the officers ignored onlookers' pleas that Chauvin remove his knee from Floyd's neck, which he did not do even as arriving medics attempted to treat Floyd. All four officers were fired the day after Floyd's death. Two autopsies found Floyd's death to be a homicide. Chauvin was charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter, and the other three officers were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder. The trial will begin with jury selection, which is scheduled for three weeks. During jury selection, until all the preliminary motions are heard by Judge Peter Cahill, court will start at 8 a.m. with a hearing on preliminary motions, before moving on to jury selection at 9 a.m. The trial proceedings that begin on Monday, March 29 are anticipated to take two to four weeks. World Justice News will show the Derek Chauvin Trial free. For the link to view the Derek Chauvin Trial please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
All working days 10:00 am

New Jersey First Appearance Court

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New Jersey first appearance court is where a person charged by police with a crime is brought before a judge, who will determine whether there was probable cause for the arrest. First appearances and central judicial processing (CJP) hearings conducted in the New Jersey Superior Court are streamed live from various locations around the state of New Jersey World Justice News shows the New Jersey First Appearance Court hearings free. For the link to view the New Jersey First Appearance Court hearings please click here to see our daily schedule.
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March 8, 2021
10:00 am

Julius Jones Clemency Hearing

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Julius Jones, 40, was convicted by a jury and sentenced to death by the jury in 2002 for killing 45-year-old businessman Paul Howell, an insurance executive, during a carjacking in 1999. Howell was gunned down on July 28, 1999, in his parents' driveway in Edmond after a back-to-school shopping trip with his daughters. His 1997 GMC Suburban was stolen. Three suspects were interviewed and their statements led Edmond Police to track down Julius Jones and his high school basketball teammate Christopher Jordan as the alleged carjackers who murdered Howell. Following a plea agreement Christopher Jordan was supposed to spend 30 years in prison in exchange for his testimony after an agreement was made, but he ended up walking free after serving only half that time. As a death row inmate, it was unclear until last year whether his case could even be heard by the Oklahoma state Pardon and Parole Board. Board members posed the question last summer to Attorney General Mike Hunter, who eventually replied that former AG Scott Pruitt had issued an opinion that while death row inmates could not be paroled, there were 'no limits' on commutation power. Julius Jones is eligible for a Stage 1 review, where the board takes a brief look at his case and determines the qualifications for commutation and votes on whether to pass him to Stage 2. A Stage 2 review allows for a deeper look at the case by the board and if a majority of the Board favors commutation the inmate then has their case sent to Gov. Kevin Stitt, who has the final say on whether or not to commute the sentence. World Justice News will show the Julius Jones Clemency Hearing free. For the link to view the Julius Jones Clemency Hearing please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
12:00 pm

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit – San Francisco Court 1

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Live from Courtroom One in the James R. Browning Court of Appeals Building in San Francisco, California. World Justice News are showing this appeal session free. For the link to view the appeal session please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
12:30 pm

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit – San Francisco Court 3

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Live from Courtroom Three in the James R. Browning Court of Appeals Building in San Francisco, California. World Justice News are showing this appeal session free. For the link to view the appeal session please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
March 8, 2021
1:15 pm

Brevard Bond Court

Brevard Bond court is the Brevard County First Appearance Court held in the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes, Florida. World Justice News shows the Brevard Bond court free. Click here to watch the Brevard Bond Court Hearings.
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