We are considering day-to-day hearing of ambulance case – Deputy AG

 

Alfred Tuah-Yeboah, the Deputy Attorney General, is asking for the current ambulance trial to be heard on a daily basis.

This comes after recent accusations of wrongdoing against Attorney-General Godfred Yeboah Dame prompted Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson, the case’s principal defendant, to urge the Chief Justice to broadcast the remaining portions of the hearings on television.

Although his office has no problem with the proposal for a live broadcast, Deputy Attorney General Alfred Tuah-Yeboah argues that in order to accelerate the trial, it could be necessary to add a daily hearing.

“In fact, the AG had indicated at a different forum that when it comes to public interest matters or matters where the public has that kind of interest, it will be in the interest of justice that such proceedings are broadcast live on television and radio, so we don’t have any objection to the request but as I said, the Chief Justice has the final say.

“Not only the broadcast, we are also looking at day-to-day hearing so that we can get to the end of this matter as soon as possible. The broadcast, if possible, may have to go with day-to-day hearing so that we can get to the end of this matter.”

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