The visit came after it emerged that a fake receipt was presented to prison to have a suspect released.
The CJ said stringent measure will be put in place to ensure that genuine receipts are issued as provided by the law.
He however praised those who pay cash bail and there after appear in court, saying that is sign of good faith and goes on to demonstrate their refusal to give bribes to the traffic police.
He said that his office will liaise with police to ensure they follow the new regulation which require traffic to give traffic offenders notice to appear in court.
” There is powerful cartel in the traffic which must be dismantled if we were fight corruption in the traffic sector” he said.
He told presiding magistrate handling traffic case not keep the suspects in court for long period of time, saying away must be found to speed up tte hearing of the cases and specially plea taking.
The CJ was accompanied by anti corruption court chief magistrate Mr Kennedy Bidali and Daniel Ogembo of chief magistrate criminal court.
The CJ toured traffic registry and police cells to found how records are kept and te manner in which suspects are released upon payment of cash bail.