Apr 1, 2010, 2:22 PM
Judgment in the trial of Lawyer Lamin K Mboge was last Friday postponed at the Banjul Magistrates’ Court, as it was reported that the Director of Public Prosecutions had written to the court informing the trial magistrate that he was sick, and could not make it to the court for the judgment.
Subsequently, the judgment was postponed without a new date being set.
It would be recalled that Lawyer Lamin K. Mboge was being tried for the offence of making a false document without authority, false swearing and uttering false documents.
According to the particulars of offence on count one, Lawyer L.K Mboge, between September and October 2010 in
The charge sheet on count two stated that lawyer LK Mboge on 26th October 2010, in
Count three revealed that Lawyer L.K Mboge, on the same place and date was alleged to have made a false document, which is an affidavit purported to have been deposed to by Alhagie Barrow and thereby committed an offence.
And count four stated that lawyer L.K Mboge, between September and October 2010, made a false document, that is, an affidavit purported to have been deposed to by Alhagie Momodou Barrow and thereby committed an offence.