Karakire Vs Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 504 of 2015) [2019] UGCA 11 (12 March 2019)

Criminal law|Evidence Law|Evaluation of Evidence
Case summary
The court held that as the second appellate court, it has power to appraise the inferences of fact drawn by the trial court but shall not have discretion to hear additional evidence. That the failures by the appellant to cross examine the defence witnesses damaged their case and that the trial court and the first appellate court properly evaluated the evidence on record and reached a correct decision.

Loading PDF...

This document is 848.9 KB. Do you want to load it?

▲ To the top