The bail utilization of Prince Charles Dedjoe, a Business Executive, blamed supposedly for killing his significant other at East Legon, has been dismissed to April 12 by an Accra High Court.The Court directed by Justice Merley Wood, suspended becoming aware of the bail application in light of the fact that the Court didn't have the record of procedures from the District Court.
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At the point when the case was called, Captain Retired Nkrabeah Effah Darteh, counsel for Dedjoe told the Court that, they got the record of procedures from the Madina District Court yesterday and documented same on Thursday.Additionally, Defense counsel told the court that he has recorded a beneficial testimony to the bail application forthcoming preliminary.
Protection counsel clarified that documenting of the records from the Madina District Court was in consistence with the High Court's solicitation.
The High Court had on a prior date, demonstrated that it didn't have a duplicate of the record of procedures of the lower court on its agenda.
Selasie Kuwornu, Chief State Attorney, additionally educated the Court that the Attorney General's Department has likewise not been presented with the record of procedures of the lower court.
The Court, accordingly, dismissed the make a difference to April 12 and entrusted Dedjoe's legal counselor to guarantee that the AG's Department and the High Court were presented with the record of procedures of the lower court.
The Madina District Court, on March 22, this year, for the subsequent time, turned down a bail application put in by attorneys of Prince Charles Dedjoe, a business leader blamed for killing his better half.
Dedjoe, supposedly attacked his 43-year-old companion with his shoes. Following a misconception.
The District Court, directed by Maame Efua Tordimah, didn't concede Dedjoe to bail.
Turning down the bail application, the Court said it couldn't engage the bail use of the denounced and that he should make his supplication under the steady gaze of the preliminary court (High Court).
As per the Court, guard counsel had gone to the High Court to look for bail.
Then, Captain Retired Nkrabeah Effah Dartey, educated the Court through a letter that he had gone to the High Court to look for bail and the matter would be heard on March 31.
He said the Court had requested the procedures of the lower court.
Rehashing his bail application under the watchful eye of the locale court, Capt. Effah Dartey, said the blamed individual's options were limited since he was unable to hold a question and answer session to tell the entire world his side of the story.
As indicated by Defense Counsel, people in general was depicting the blamed individual as an insidious and severe spouse, a sexist, a fiendish man abusing his better half.
"They are not taking a gander at current realities of the Police and the sworn statement on the side of the case, they say anything they like.
Please for the law, award my customer bail. The law should work. The Court ought not be affected by popular assessment. "
The guard counsel said he accepted the deprived family was being supported by certain ladies' gatherings henceforth the colossal flood of slamming via web-based media.
He kept up that his customer was guiltless and his honesty would be spread the word about when the fact of the matter is unwound.
Police Chief Inspector Sophia Adamuwaa, who drove the arraignment at the District Court, had protested the award of bail, saying it was not the suitable court to give the denounced bail.
As indicated by the indictment, safeguard insight ought to, along these lines, direct his supplication for bail at the High Court.
Dedjoe has been temporarily accused of homicide. The court has protected his supplication.
The indictment's case is that the complainant is the perished's dad who is a resigned overseer, living at Sogakope in the Volta Region.
The indictment said the 43-year-merchant, presently expired, was hitched to the Dedjo and the two of them inhabited East Legon, Accra.
It said, for quite a while, Dedjo and the expired's relationship had been damaged with some misconception prompting clashes between them.
The indictment said on March 1, this year, a misconception followed among Dedjo and the perished and subsequently, Dedjoe attacked Lilian who supported wounds and went to the Madina Polyclinic for treatment.
It said when Lilian got back, her condition decayed and on March 6, 2021, Lilian went into unconsciousness and was hurried to the Lister Hospital for treatment however was articulated dead on appearance.
The arraignment said a report was made to the Police and Dedjo, captured.
It said, during examinations, Dedjoe conceded attacking the perished with shoes.
The indictment said a posthumous assessment is yet to be done on the perished.
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