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Dili District Court sentences Defendant in case of rape to 10 years and 6 months in prison and orders him to pay compensation pursuant to the Penal Code and CEDAW Posted Oct 20, 2015 By jsmp
On 12 October 2015 the Dili District Court, pursuant to Article 172 of the Penal Code and The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms
Suai District Court sentences defendant to 13 years in prison and orders him to pay compensation of US$3,000 in case of sexual abuse against a minor Posted Oct 20, 2015 By jsmp
On 25 September 2015, the Suai District Court sentenced the defendant DdJ to 13 years in prison and ordered him to pay US$ 3,000 in
Oe-Cusse District Court imposes an effective sentence of 6 months jail against defendant in case of domestic violence, as the defendant was still serving a suspended sentence Posted Aug 17, 2015 By jsmp
On 31 July 2015 the Oecusse District Court sentenced the defendant TL to 6 months in prison after he was found guilty of committing maltreatment
Suai District Court and Baucau District Court try and sentence defendants in cases of sexual abuse characterized as incest Posted Aug 17, 2015 By jsmp
On 31 July 2015 the Suai District Court sentenced a defendant to 17 years in prison in a case of rape after he was found
Members of Village Councils in Oecusse Municipality received training from JSMP on access to justice and women’s rights Posted Aug 17, 2015 By jsmp
Between 27 July and 07 August 2015 the Judicial System Monitoring Programme (JSMP) conducted training for 47 participants, comprising 16 women and 31 men. The