Accused granted bail for wounding with intent

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July 27, 2017 By Ibrahim K. Turay

Magistrate Santigie Bangura of Court No.1 yesterday granted bail to one Abdul Rahman Kanu who was charged with two counts of wounding with intent contrary to Section 20 of the Offences Against the Person’s Act of 1861, and Assault occasioning bodily harm contrary to Section 47 of the same Act.
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The Accused on 27th June, 2017 at Gloucester Village in Freetown maliciously wounded Margaret Kamara, with intent to cause her grievous bodily harm.

Lawyer A.K.K pleaded with the Bench to admit his client on bail on the grounds that he has been in custody for weeks.

The defense lawyer noted that his client is a responsible Sierra Leonean that has reliable sureties who would stand in his cognizance and would be available in court anytime they are needed.

A.K.K said he made this application for section 73 of the criminal persecutor Act 1965.

Magistrate Santigie Bangura however accepted the bail application made by the lawyer and the accused was granted bail and the matter adjourned to the 3rd July, 2017