Lagos Gov. Signs Law That Prohibits Media Parade Of Suspects

Lagos Gov. Signs Law That Prohibits Media Parade Of Suspects

Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, Lagos State Governor has signed the Administration of Criminal Justice (Amendment) Law [ACJL] of Lagos State, 2021, which restrain media practitioners display of suspects and makes provision for compensation to victims of crime.

Moyosore Onigbanjo (SAN), the state’s Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice revealed this in a statement presented to State House Correspondents yesterday.

The law was initially passed in Lagos State in 2007 and amended in 2011 to ensure that the fundamental human rights of suspects and persons that come into contact with the justice system as enshrined in the constitution were secured. Information Guide Nigeria

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As reported by Daily Trust, Key provisions have been enacted as amendments to the law to further strengthen the justice system, protect the rights of victims and suspects as well as address the issue of delay in the administration of criminal justice in the state.

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