Ntakirwa Apollo & Anor v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 172 of 2012) [2018] UGCA 47 (30 July 2018)

Criminal law
Case summary
On the evidence, court held that the evidence of the witness that the appellants fault the judge for was corroborated by the evidence of other witnesses and thus rightly placing the appellants at the scene of crime. On sentencing, court disagrees with the difference in the sentencing and held that sentencing is for deterrence as well as rehabilitation. Court upheld the sentence of 14 years and reduced the life sentence to 14 years both to serve from the time of conviction.

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