The Ghana Police Service has launched a major probe into the judicial scandal involving 34 judges and over 100 Judicial Service staff.
The implicated judges have been written to by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Police Service to appear before an investigative body.
According to the CID boss, Prosper Agblor, two judges are scheduled to honour an invitation this week following a petition filed by ace undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas after videotaping the judges allegedly taking bribes to free criminal suspects.
The state-owned Daily Graphic is reporting that the investigation involves 21 district court judges and 13 high court justices.
President John Mahama has already suspended seven High Court judges after a prima facie case was established against them while 12 lower court judges are also serving suspension sanctioned by the Chief Justice.
The suspended high court judges are Justices Francis K. Opoku, Kofi Essel Mensah, John Ajet Nasam, Ernest Obimpeh, Kwame Ohene Essel, Ivy Heward-Mills and Gilbert Ayisi Addo.
A total of 34 judges are being investigated following the three-hour documentary revealing how they took bribes to throw away cases before them.