Nelson Mabirizi & Anor v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 9 of 1995) [1995] UGSC 1 (28 July 1995)

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Criminal law|Evidence Law
Case summary
In the result, the convictions and sentence were bad, since they were founded on insufficient circumstantial evidence. Accordingly, the court quashed the convictions and set aside the sentences.

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