Justice Centres Uganda is set to roll out free legal services to the people who cannot afford full time legal representation by lawyers.
Operating under the Justice Law and Order Sector, the Justice Centres Uganda is a project that seeks to bridge the gap between the supply and demand sides of justice by providing legal aid.
The national coordinator Catherine Nsubuga says this is done across civil and criminal areas of justice for needy, marginalized and vulnerable persons.
She added that 84 percent of the population in Uganda does not have adequate access to legal services which she blames for the increasing cases of mob justice
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