Kasinda Vs Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 083 of 2013) [2019] UGCA 8 (12 March 2019)

Criminal law|Evidence Law|Evaluation of Evidence
Case summary
The court held that it takes cognizance of the role of the first appellate court and how it ought to evaluate the evidence and reach an independent conclusion. That the offence of abuse of office was not proved given that the appellant was precluded from attending to the office and that he wa nearing a handover. That the handwriting expert including the evidence of relied on as forged placed doubt to the prosecution’s case. That given the recovery of the documents while he was still in employment, he didn’t posses the documents illegally.

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