Justice Yuoh Suspends 5th Judicial Circuit Judge in Cape Mount For Ethical Misconduct

Days after taking up office as head of the Judiciary, the newly seated Chief Justice of the Republic of Liberia has suspended judge Sikajibo Wollor from presiding over the 5th Judicial circuit court in Grand Cape Mount county.

According to our judiciary reporter, the Justice decision is based on a complaint of alleged ethical misconduct, which is of great magnitude.

Meanwhile, the Judicial Inquiry Commission is expected to carry out a full-scale investigation into the complaint which has been forwarded to them

The JIC was established by judicial law and; thus clothed with the responsibility to investigate the such matter.

This is the first move by Sie-A-Nyene G. Yuoh, upon sitting as Chief Justice of Liberia.

She at the same time dismissed the clerk of the Tax Court Mr. Webster B. Wreh with immediate effect, following an administrative investigation that found him guilty of bad unethical misconduct.

Such an act according to the CJ, does not represent the doings of staff working with the Judiciary.

Judge Wollor is the resident judge of Criminal Court D at the Temple of Justice and has allegedly been involved in numerous acts of misconduct, according to to report.

Judge Wollor is the assigned judge at the 7th Judicial Circuit Court in Zwedru City, Grand Gedeh County.

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