Mcbrown In Trouble As Court Rejects Her Request To Have Witness Summons Set Aside
The Accra Circuit Court chaired by Her Honour Evelyn Asamoah has rejected the prayers of Nana Ama Mcbrown’s attorney for the Court’s witness subpoena to be overturned.
Mcbrown, a subject of the court’s witness subpoena in the case where Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, aka Bulldog, is on trial, voluntarily appeared without the subpoena served on her.
In court on Friday, his attorney Dennis Agyei Dwomoh prayed for the court to rescind the court order because the witness voluntarily appeared in court.
When the matter was called, the attorney for the subpoena witness told the court that they found on the news that the court had issued a witness subpoena to his client based on a request made by the prosecution.
According to him, the news surprised them.
He said that although they have not been served with the subpoena of witnesses, they considered it convenient and obligatory to appear and attend the court in this matter.
According to the lawyer, it was important to correct the impression that was given there that the witness did not want to appear in court and prayed to the court that the subpoena be set aside.
The court after listening to the Mcbrown’s counsel said no reasonable account was adduced to justify why the summons should be set aside.