The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave the parties in the petition filed against the presidential pardon granted to the “Montie Three” in 2016, 21 days to file their legal arguments simultaneously.
The seven-member panel presided over by Justice Sophia Adinyira said if there were to be any reply, parties would be allowed to do so orally.
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When sitting resumed, Dr Ernest Owusu Dapaah, who represented Elikplim L. Agbemava, one of the petitioners in the matter, informed the Court that they had filed the joint Memorandum of issues on March 20, this year and pleaded with the Court to adopt same.
“So I take it that you all agree to that,” Justice Adinyira said.