Kizito v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 89 of 2013) [2018] UGSC 36 (30 July 2018)

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Appeals and reviews|Role of Appellate Court|Criminal law
Case summary
The court held that the decision of the court will only be interfered with if it is reached on a wrong principle of law or overlooked some material factor or the sentence is manifestly excessive. That as the trial judge didn’t consider the period spent on remand a provision which is mandatory, the sentence passed was illegal.

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