Kabuya v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 263 of 2011) [2018] UGSC 37 (30 July 2018)

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Criminal law
Case summary
The court held that the appellant had correctly been placed at the scene of the crime and the identification factors were all favorable. That there was no error in the identification of the appellant. That as the judge didn’t consider the time spent on remand while sentencing, the appellate court would invoke her inherent powers and consider the time spent on remand and sentence accordingly.

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