Today
July 23, 2021
Court
July 23, 2021 to July 31, 2021
All working days 4:00 am

State Capture Inquiry

Online
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
July 23, 2021
4:00 am

Alfred Yekatom and Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona Trial

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The International Criminal Court Chamber found that there are substantial grounds to believe that, between September 2013 and December 2014, an armed conflict not of an international character was ongoing in the territory of the Central African Republic between the Seleka and the Anti-Balaka, both constituting organised armed groups at that time; and that the Anti-Balaka carried out a widespread attack against the Muslim civilian population, perceived - on the basis of their religious or ethnic affiliation - as complicit with, or supportive of the Seleka and therefore collectively responsible for the crimes allegedly committed by them. With regard to M. Yekatom, the Chamber concluded that there are substantial grounds to believe that he is responsible for: (i) the war crimes of murder, cruel treatment, torture, directing attacks against the civilian population, directing attacks against a building dedicated to religion, conscription, enlistment and use of children under the age of 15 years to participate actively in hostilities, and displacement; and (ii) the crimes against humanity of murder, deportation, forcible transfer of population, imprisonment and other forms of severe deprivation of physical liberty, torture, persecution and other inhumane acts. The alleged crimes were committed in various locations in the CAR (Bangui, including Cattin; Boeing; Yamwara School and the PK9-Mbaiki Axis). The Chamber found that there are substantial grounds to believe that M. Yekatom has committed the above-mentioned crimes jointly with others or through other persons or, in the alternative, has ordered the commission of these crimes. With regard to M. Ngaissona, the Chamber concluded that there are substantial grounds to believe that he is responsible for: (i) the war crimes of directing attacks against the civilian population, murder, torture, cruel treatment, rape, directing attacks against buildings dedicated to religion, displacement of the civilian population, destroying the property of an adversary, pillaging; and (ii) the crimes against humanity of murder, deportation, forcible transfer of population, imprisonment and other forms of severe deprivation of physical liberty, torture, rape, persecution and other inhumane acts. The alleged crimes were committed in various locations in the CAR (Bangui, including Cattin; Boeing; Yamwara School; Bossangoa and the PK9-Mbaiki Axis). The Chamber found that there are substantial grounds to believe that M. Ngaissona aided, abetted or otherwise assisted in the commission of the above-mentioned crimes or, in the alternative, has contributed in any other way to their commission by a group of persons acting with a common purpose. World Justice News will show the Alfred Yekatom and Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona Trial free. Click here to see the live court stream schedule for the day.
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Court
July 23, 2021
4:00 am

Life Esidimeni Arbitration

How much is the life of a destitute or jobless person worth? This is the question the arbitration process for families of psychiatric patients who died in the Life Esidimeni saga, will seek to address. Retired chief justice Dikgang Moseneke is presiding over arbitration hearings for families who lost relatives when they were moved from Life Esidimeni homes into illegal and ill-equipped nongovernmental organisations (NGOs). Many of the 100 or so patients died needlessly of pneumonia‚ starvation and neglect. According to the law, compensation paid if a person suffers injury‚ death or disability due to negligence is usually limited to loss of earnings or the cost of future medical care. So if a jobless person loses the ability to work through death‚ their family does not have legal claim for damages. Moseneke said this was the case‚ but in this hearing he would seek to decide what a life was worth 'in a country were half of people were not earning [a salary]'. World Justice News will show the Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearing free. For the link to view the Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearing please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
July 23, 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
July 23, 2021 to August 6, 2021
All working days 9:30 am

Nathaniel Rowland Trial

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Nathaniel Rowland is accused of kidnapping and killing former University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson. 21-year-old Josephson disappeared from outside a Five Points bar in March 2019 got into what she thought was an Uber. Her body was found hours later 65 miles away by a hunter in a wooded area in Clarendon County. Investigators arrested Nathaniel Rowland the next day in connection to her death and say they found Josephson’s blood and cellphone in the car Rowland was in when he was arrested. World Justice News will show the Nathaniel Rowland Trial free. For the link to view the Nathaniel Rowland Trial please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
July 23, 2021 to August 6, 2021
All working days 10:00 am

Drew Blahnik Trial

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Drew Blahnik is accused of killing Chris Bagley in 2018. Blahnik, 33, is charged with First Degree Murder, obstructing prosecution, and abusing a corpse. Bagley was last seen alive in December 2018. Investigators said his body was found buried at a home belonging to Drew Wagner, who has since pled guilty. Drew Wagner, accepted a plea deal of manslaughter. As a part of the plea deal, Wagner will testify during Blahnik's trial. Wagner admitted in 2020 to holding Bagley down as Blahnik repeatedly stabbed him to death. The two then transported Bagley's body to Wagner's home in Cedar Rapids, where they buried him to hide evidence from authorities. World Justice News will show the Drew Blahnik Trial free. For the link to view the Drew Blahnik Trial please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
July 23, 2021
10:00 am

Ronnie O’Neal Sentencing

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Ronnie O'Neal represented himself during his double-murder trial after firing his two public defenders. O'Neal was accused of killing Kenyatta Barron, the mother of his children, and Ron'niveya, his 9-year-old daughter, and trying to kill his eight-year-old son before setting a house on fire three years ago. From his hospital bed, O'Neil's son, who could barely speak, told detectives about the horror he witnessed. 'My mom was in the closet and mom went into the room with my sister. She was just on the ground. The sister couldn't speak or do anything and he kept just hitting her (sister) with an ax,' he said. O'Neil's son, who was recently adopted by the caseworker overseeing his case and has a new last name, was the  star witness for the prosecution, though he didn't testify in person. Having been found guilty and facing a possible death sentence, O'Neal took the advice of the judge and had representation during the penalty phase. The Jury gave a recommended sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. World Justice News will show the Ronnie O'Neal Sentencing free. For the link to view the Ronnie O'Neal Sentencing  please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
July 23, 2021 to July 26, 2021
All working days 10:30 am

Otis McKane Trial

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Otis McKane is accused of gunning down San Antonio Police detective Benjamin Marconi. According to investigators, Otis Tyrone McKane, 31, killed Marconi while he wrote a ticket citation for another driver pulled over in front of SAPD's Public Safety Headquarters. Marconi, who was assigned to SAPD's Special Victims Unit, was picking up an extra shift on traffic patrol. One witness who happened to drive by at the time of the murder, told police he had a feeling something was about to happen when he saw a man drive up behind Marconi's patrol car, get out of his black Mitsubishi Galant and walk up to Marconi's window. The witness said he saw the man fire two gunshots and then saw Detective Marconi slumped over in the front seat of his patrol vehicle. World Justice News will show the Otis McKane Trial free. For the link to view the Otis McKane Trial please click here to see our daily schedule.
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Court
July 23, 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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