Court Orders Jacque Maribe And Joe Irungu To Remain In Police Custody - DAILY UPDATES

Court Orders Jacque Maribe And Joe Irungu To Remain In Police Custody

The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment.

The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment. 
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After the directive from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP) on Tuesday morning, TV anchor Jcaque Maribe and Joe Irungu were presented at the Kilimani Law Courts in Nairobi.

The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment.

Jacque, represented by lawyer Katwa Kigen is the 2nd accused party in the offence of murder of businesswoman, Monica Nyawira Kimani.
The prosecution requested that Jacque be taken for a mental assessment and wait to take plea on Monday, a request which her lawyer objected.
However, Justice Lessit directed that the assessment go as planned.

The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment.


On the other hand, Cliff Ombeta is the official legal counsel for Joe Irungu and he made a submission that ever since the court directed that his client be taken for further treatment, it had not been done. Mr Ombeta reported that Joe's hand had developed complications (paralysis) and his wound was even oozing pus. Justice Lessit directed that Joe be taken by police or prison authorities to hospital to get specialized treatment.
However, they will both remain in custody until Monday, 15th October 2018.

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The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment.

The High Court has ordered that suspects Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe to remain in police custody until next Monday when they will be presented to take their plea. Justice Jessie Lessit further directed that Jacque Maribe be taken for a mental assessment and Joe Irungu be given medical treatment.

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