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Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

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Parties Subject Citation Date
Rukarekoha Felex vs. Uganda The defence of diminished responsibility. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 12 of 1998 30 Jun 1999
Mawanda Edward vs. Uganda 1). Effect of counsel's concession on behalf of the client. 2). Identification. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 4 of 1999 28 Feb 2000
Okwonga Anthony vs. Uganda 1). Hostile Witness 2). Effect of absence of police evidence 3). Effect of absence of an assessor Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 20 of 2000 10 Jan 2002
Kamya Johnson Wavamuno vs. Uganda 1). Effect of not committing the accused. 2). Issuance of witness summons. 3). Doctrine of recent possession Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 16 of 2000 10 Jan 2002
Nashaba Paddy vs. Uganda 1). Admissibility of an extra - Judicial Statement. 2). The Defence of an Alibi. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal 39 of 2000 15 Apr 2002
Kooky Sharma and Anor vs. Uganda 1). Discretion of a first court to intervene with a decision. 2). Admissibility of evidence of two conflicting experts. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 44 of 2000 15 May 2002
Kedi Martin vs. Uganda 1). Admissibility of a confession. 2). Admission of a confession made in custody. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 11 of 2001 17 Jun 2002
Mulindwa Samuel vs. Uganda 1). Identification 2). Effect of failure to hold an identification parade. 3). Doctrine of recent possession. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 41 of 2000 16 Jul 2002
Euchu Michael vs. Uganda 1). Consideration of evidence as a whole. 2). Third appeals. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 54 of 2000 12 Dec 2002
Bukenya Patrick and Anor vs. Uganda Doctrine of recent possession. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 15 of 2001 19 Dec 2002
Kizito Senkula vs. Uganda Appeal against sentence Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 24 of 2001 19 Dec 2002
Omuroni Francis vs. Uganda 1). Proof of age in Defilement. 2). Res - gastae Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 22 of 2001 20 Dec 2002
Twinomugisha Alex alias Twine and 2 Ors vs. Uganda 1). Recording of a charge and caution statement 2). Accomplice 3). Consideration of Evidence of both sides. Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 35 of 2002 21 May 2003
Charles Harry Twagira vs. Uganda. Prima facie case Court of Appeal Crim. Appeal No. 160 of 2002 19 Aug 2003
Mweru Ali and 2 Other vs. Uganda 1. Evidence of the arresting officer 2. Admission of a confession 3. Recording a statement 4. Identification Supreme Court Criminal Appeal No. 33 of 2002 21 Aug 2003
Arvind Patel vs. Uganda Criminal Appeal 36 of 2002 Criminal procedure- s. 142 of the MCA- trial procedure- trial of an accused by more than one magistr Criminal Appeal 36 of 2002 24 Oct 2003
Byabagambi Gabriel v Uganda Criminal Appeal No.16 of 2002 Criminal Appeal No.16 of 2002 15 Jan 2004
Umar Sebidde vs. Uganda Criminal Appeal No. 23 of 2002 Criminal Appeal No. 23 of 2002 15 Jan 2004
Byasigaraho Wilson, Cpl. v Uganda Criminal Appeal No.15 of 2003 Criminal Appeal No.15 of 2003 19 Feb 2004
Susan Kigula Sseremba and Another vs. Uganda 1. Circumstantial Evidence 2. Consequent and subsequent conduct Court of Appeal Criminal Appeal No. 167 of 2002 05 Mar 2004