Jacke Maribe is Still In Deep Shit - Penal Code

Contradictory statements
Where a witness in any judicial proceedings (other than a person accused of an offence in criminal proceedings) has made a statement on oath or affirmation of some fact relevant in the proceedings, contradicting in a material detail a previous statement made on oath or affirmation by the same witness before the same court or any other court or tribunal, such witness, if a court is satisfied that either of such statements was made with intent to deceive, is guilty of an offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.

Emphasis on oath…
whether she is guilty or not there is high probability she will walk scot free…

Which judicial proceedings and if you’re intelligent you know what i ment.

In the first sentence it says “in any judicial proceedings”…assuming she recanted her statement before she was arraigned in court or outside the court proceedings is she still liable?

Nyamaza injinia unaharibu bet yang ya intelligence.

If she didn’t lie under oath, I don’t think she committed perjury.

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At what time did she take an oath?she hasn’t even answered her charges.

Preach about the statement on oath or affirmation.

[SIZE=5]Change of tack: Will Jacque Maribe testify against fiancé Jowie?[/SIZE]

Television journalist Jacque Maribe is reportedly considering cutting a deal with the state that would see her turn into a witness against her fiancé Joseph Irungu in the murder of Monica Kimani.

Sources also said her legal team was also considering filing an application at the Constitutional Court demanding that their client be released on grounds that she was no longer a person of interest in the case.

Among their reasons was the fact that police are yet to take any DNA samples from her as they requested in court and that there has so far been no connection in the evidence trail linking the journalist to Monica’s murder. Maribe’s lawyer Katwa Kigen visited the journalist yesterday at Gigiri police station where she is being held.

Part of the reason why Maribe’s legal team was torn on whether to make the application is that they felt they had made some progress in turning the journalist into a witness and did not want to jeopardise that.
Scene of crime

“If our client is called in by the police to say whatever she knows, she will readily assist,” Kigen told the Saturday Standard. “Some of the details they were looking for are whether our client knew Monica. It has been established that they did not know each other. This automatically removes her from the scene of crime,” he said.

The prosecution had asked for 14 days to detain the TV anchor, arguing that the investigations required more time as DNA samples needed to be collected and more statements taken from Maribe’s friends and colleagues.

They cited forensic and ballistic examination of the samples that they took from the suspect’s house, saying that if set free, Maribe could interfere with investigations. This was partly granted on Monday by Kiambu Principal Magistrate Justus Kituku. She ruled that Maribe should spend 10 more days in police cells as investigations into the murder of the businesswoman continued.

Maribes’ defense however argues that there has been no link between their client and a gun that was confiscated from Brian Kasaine.

The pistol, a Ceska Model CZP-07 with serial number B467102 has already been declared to have been in the possession of Kasaine illegally after it was established that its licence was cancelled in 2013. As a result, Kasaine, who was initially being considered a likely state witness is now set to be charged for illegal possession of a fire arm.

But so far, detectives pursuing the case have been unable to link the gun and Irungu’s alleged attempted suicide to Monica’s murder. Irungu’s case will be mentioned on Monday.

My point was she lied, whether to a court office or to the police, stop being narrow minded. My point was on lying to the authorities. I admit she has not taken any oath, that does not mean she is still not is deep shit for lying to the police


sheria najua ni jurisprudence

It does not relate to what we are talking about … read the article i have posted looks like she will be back to her mansion as soon as possible.
@Nananimpa alituambia the law is an arse.

Law is only good when it favours you.

Bro, first she corroborated his story that he told her he was shot by thugs on his way home. Later, she admitted he tried to commit suicide inside the house. That is giving false information

Why you struggle to seem intelligent beats me, umbwa ghasia

But she wasn’t under oath and u can always cite confusion.

You would have to prove it bro. it is not that easy. Hiyo ni lame excuse for a worthy prosecutor. Haka hakuna mahali kanaenda, katajua hakajui