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Kenya: Police’s ability to pro
Every morning, thousands of suspects are frogmarched to the courts. Several of them know that by the stroke of the judge’s pen, they could spend the rest of their lives in confinement.
Their fate and the time it takes to learn of it, lies on the hands of the judges and prosecutors. Their families and friends make countless trips on the days of the court appearance.
The court prosecutors, who are supposed to make things move, are groaning under the heavy burden of work.
The country currently has a paltry 63 prosecuting counsel, who, according to the director of pub... Read more