Seven mentally ill prisoners released from Fort...
  Justice Centres Uganda was at the heart of the protracted legal battle that saw the release of seven inmates from Fort Portal Government Prison Main – Katojo. The inmates who had been found innocent on grounds of insanity had been languishing on remand for years pending Minister’s Orders. Of... Find out more..
JCU Represents Death Row Convicts
  Justice Centres Uganda (JCU) through her Prison Decongestion Programme (PDP) represented 29 (26 men, 3 women) death row convicts who were beneficiaries of the Suzan Kigula Supreme Court judgment, Constitutional Appeal No.3 of 2006, but were still languishing in Luzira Maximum Prison as a result... Find out more..
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2017 JLOS Recognition Awards Call for Nominations

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