Osherura & Anor v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 50 of 2015) [2018] UGSC 24 (14 June 2018)

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Criminal law
Case summary
The court held that as the second ground of appeal hadn’t been raised at the court of appeal and they hadn’t sought and obtained the leave of court to argue this ground of appeal. That as the trial judge had considered the mitigation factors and the period spent on remand, the sentence hadn’t been harsh, illegal and excessive.

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