Criminal law

Cheptuke v Uganda (CRIMINAL APPEAL NO: 01 OF 2013) [2014] UGSC 16 (24 October 2014);


Search Summary: 

The appellant appealed against decision of the Court of Appeal on grounds that,
the learned Justices of Appeal failed to re-evaluate the evidence on record and
that they erred when they upheld the decision of the High Court without
considering some of the evidence, thereby reaching a wrong conclusion.

Headnote and Holding: 

From the evidence that was on record, it was held that failure to produce the
money before court in a case where there was explicit and credible evidence of
the object involved was not fatal to the prosecution case.


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