Why the ICC might issue arrest warrant against Paul Gicheru

Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru at ICC

Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru makes his first appearance before the ICC on November 6, 2020, before Judge Reine Adélaïde Sophie Alapini-Gansou of Pre-Trial Chamber A.

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What you need to know:

  • Mr Paul Gicheru discussed with the media merits of his pending case that involves witness interference.
  • The court can also issue any other order it deems relevant in response to failure to comply with the conditions.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has warned that it may issue a warrant of arrest against Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru for defaulting conditions of his release from detention at The Hague.

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