Legal advisor for suspected “galamsey” boss, En Huang otherwise known as Aisha, has been ordered by the Accra High Court to present documents to the court, showing that he was indeed representing Aisha and four other Chinese standing trial for allegedly engaging in illegal mining.
The managing judge, Mr Charles Ekow Baiden, gave the request today (Monday) after the legal advisor, Captain (rtd) Nkrabea Effah-Dartey, moved an oral application for the court to shift the safeguard states of the five Chinese.
Mr Effah-Dartey educated the court that he was joining the case out of the blue as an extra specialist.
In any case, Mr Justice Baiden was of the view that there was no sign on the court’s record that Mr Effah-Dartey was legal advisor for the five Chinese and, along these lines, it was essential for insight to formally tell the court of his contribution for the situation.
The directing judge additionally uncovered that the substantive legal advisor for the five Chinese, Mr Bernard Owuriedu, was prior in court, however he exited with a reason that he needed to take care of a restorative issue.
In his reaction, advise said it was not important to document a difference in specialist in criminal cases. Such a prerequisite, he stated, was just important in common issues.
Mr Justice Baiden, in any case, reminded direct that he (guide) was not known to the case and, along these lines, he should do the essential thing.
“Inability to document a difference in specialist was not a noteworthy imperfection in criminal cases, but rather I like to have everything on record, so document the vital procedures that you are a guidance in this issue,” he said.
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