Tirwomwe Vs Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 668 of 2014) [2018] UGCA 95 (2 October 2018)

Criminal law
Case summary
The court held that given the evidence on record, the convicted didn’t know that he was doing something wrong at the time of the commission of the act. He was not criminally liable as he was laboring under the disease of the mind. That the convict was guilty but insane at the time and this precluded the liability.

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