Uganda v Nkulanga & Ors (Criminal Session Case No. 56 of 1988) [1989] UGHCCRD 3 (12 December 1989)

Criminal law
Case summary
Consequently, the court made a finding that no reasonable tribunal could find the accused guilty on the basis of the evidence adduced by the  prosecution if the accused chose to only remain silent and thus held than there was no prima facie case to answer. The third accused was consequently acquitted.

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