A Supreme Court board drove by Justice Jones Dotse on Wednesday addressed why legal advisors for #FixTheCountry Movement campaigner, Oliver Barker-Vormawor, have neglected to make an application for bail at the High Court but instead look for the mediation of the zenith court.
“You have a singular’s freedom in question. You leave on this excursion to this Court. You need us to decipher this constitution in a blended application. Your obligation is to safeguard your client’s privileges. Your needs are blended”, board part Justice Yonny Kulendi said.
“Is this the ideal opportunity for this scholarly exercise? Would it be advisable for you not be adopting a logical strategy,” another board part Gertrude Torkonoo added.
Legal advisors for the young lobbyist hauled the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the Attorney-General (AG) to the Supreme Court, provoking the choice to put their client under the steady gaze of an area court rather than a court that could decide his freedom.
They needed the Court to decide if the Police have released their protected obligation by sending their client to a court with no ward to think about a bail application.
As indicated by them, the decision of the High Court ‘B’, Tema, dated February 17, 2022, involves a grave blunder of regulation which mistake is patent on the essence of the record.
The Applicants are, by their movement, asking the Court to practice its watchfulness to concede the accompanying reliefs:
a. “Make a request for certiorari to issue to the High Court ‘B’, Tema, to raise to this decent Court to have subdued its decision dated February 17, 2022, which was given under the hand of His Lordship, the appointed authority, Justice Daniel Mensah, J., declining to give a writ of habeas corpus subjiciendum in regard of the Detained coordinated at the Respondents, their representatives, allots and workers howsoever depicted or styled.
b. “Give a valid and appropriate translation of whether by sending an individual they have limited, captured or kept to a court which has no ward to consider an application for bail in regard of the individual who is confined, captured or kept, the Police have released their obligation under Article 14(3) of the 1992 Constitution.
c. “Issue a writ of habeas corpus subjiciendum in regard of the Detained coordinated at the Respondents, their representatives, allocates and workers howsoever portrayed or styled.”
The legitimate group drove by Akoto Ampaw and Justice Srem Sai asked the court to allow these solicitations.
The Supreme Court judges called attention to that the application was hazardous.
They noticed that it endeavors to set off the court’s interpretative and administrative purview all the while.
The appointed authorities addressed why the attorneys had neglected to notice the counsel of two lower courts to make an application for bail basically.
Representative Attorney General Diana Asonaba Dapaah informed the Court the AG’s office finds the application procedurally inappropriate.
Attorneys for the adolescent extremist at this stage educated the Court regarding needing to pull out the application. The Application was consequently struck out as removed.
The case was heard by Justices Jones Dotse, Nene Amegatcher, Gertrude Tokorno, Ashie Kotey, and EmmanuelYonny Kulendi.
Oliver Barker-Vormawor is blamed for plotting to organize an overthrow and accused of the offense of conspiracy crime.