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The use of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) in resolving of disputes should not be considered an alternative in resolving non-criminal related cases. ADR is a substantive dispute resolving mechanism that works effectively without wasting time and money. This was revealed by the National Coordinator of court connected ADR of the Judicial service of Ghana, Alex Nartey in an interview with Delight Adufutse of the ADR Daily. Mr. Nartey disclosed that the practice of ADR in Ghana should be embraced by the public and the Judiciary and it is in view of this that the court connected ADR Programme was launched this week at Amasaman in the Greater Accra region. It is an initiative to increase the publicity and education on the existence and use of ADR as a vital tool in dispute resolution. It is also aimed at reducing the huge and outstanding cases, that are not criminal related, that have burdened the judicial system. Mr. Nartey had more to say:

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