General News of Tuesday, 19 December 2017
The Ho Court complex is to start holding open day sessions to take it services to the doorsteps of the public.
Justice Charles Nicholas Agbevor, the Supervising High Court Judge who gave the hint said a complaint office was also being established for timely feedback from the public.
He said this when he swore into office elected regional executives of the Ghana Journalists Association in the Volta Region in Ho.
Justice Agbevor said during the open day, the public would be taken through a basic understanding of crime and defences.
He said the Service would also visit churches, mosques and other public gatherings for discussions on the law court system.
Justice Agbevor chastised the media for “poor court reporting” and urged it to acquaint itself with court processes and terminologies.
Anthony Bells Kafui Kanyi, Volta Regional Chairman, GJA, called for collaboration between the Association and the Judicial Service for regular training for journalists on court reporting.
Mr Kanyi, Chairman, Mr Alberto Mario Noretti, Secretary and Mr Kafui Gati, Treasurer, took the oath of office and secrecy and were sworn into office.