Duke Mabaya Gwaka v Uganda [2018] UGSC 8 (21 December 2018)

Civil Defences|Civil Procedure|Evidence Law
Case summary
The court held that there had been proper identification of the body of the deceased and the inference drawn by the trial court couldn’t be faulted. That the appellant had been properly identified and the identification factors had been favorable to rely on the available circumstantial evidence. That as the mitigation factors and the time spent on remand had been considered; the sentence at the time wasn’t illegal and would stand. Ekirikubinza Dissenting partially That the case of Rwabuganda should be allowed to apply retrospectively.

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