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Baindu Koroma, a paralegal who works for Timap for Justice, speaking with a young man in a police cell accused of stealing property. His accuser is the man in the striped shirt standing in the background. Koroma is attempting to negotiate a quick settlement both parties can agree to at the police station.  <br />
Koroma's work includes making regular visits to police stations, the prison, and the courts to monitor whether people are being afforded their lawful rights, for example, the right to bail, legal representation, detention without charge, etc, and if not to advocate on their behalf.