JUVENILE COURT OF
OUAGADOUGOU
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OFFICE OF THE JUVENILE
JUDGE OF OUAHIGOUYA
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Judgement No. 026/17 of
21/11/2017
Legal department No.
25/2014
Public Prosecution v.
D.I.
TYPE OF THE OFFENCE
Manslaughter
PROVISIONAL CUSTODY
ORDER of
27/01/2014
PROVISIONAL RELEASE of
27/06/2014
DECISION OF JUDGE
(See verdict)
PANEL
President: W. Pauline
MINOUNGOU
Legal Department: B.
Simon GNANOU
Court Registrar: Marcel
OUANGO

BURKINA FASO
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Unity - Progress – Justice
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Hearing of November 21, 2017, on criminal matters
The Juvenile Judge of Ouahigouya ruling in a criminal suit during ordinary
hearing on the twenty-first of November two thousand and seventeen,
held at the courthouse of the said city in which Mrs. W. Pauline
MINOUNGOU, Judge at the said court and acting as interim Juvenile
Judge;
President
Mr B. Simon GNANOU, State Counsel of Faso, representing the Legal
Department;
LEGAL DEPARTMENT
Assisted by Barrister Marcel OUANGO, acting as Court Registrar;
Court Registrar
And Mr. Idrissa DIALLO, Sworn Interpreter;
Interpreter
The following judgement was delivered:
BETWEEN
The State Counsel of Faso, petitioner following a referral order from the
Juvenile Judge;
ON THE ONE HAND
AND
D.I., born on January 1, 2000, in Sata/Koumbri, son of D.S. and D.A., aged
17, a Burkinabe shepherd, living in Sata in a free union and without
children, who declares to have never been convicted, recruited or given
an award;
Accused of unintentionally causing the death of D. Salimata
in Sata, during the night of 25 to 26 January 2014, a period of time not
covered by the regulation, by clumsiness, imprudence, inattention,
negligence or failure to observe the regulations, in this case by
extending his leg at the entrance of the kitchen door to prevent her
from fleeing;
Acts provided for and punished by article 353 of the Penal Code;
ON THE OTHER HAND
Initially scheduled for the hearing of October 3, 2017, the case was
postponed until November 21, 2017, the date on which the file was
retained and examined;

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