Unlawful possession of government trophy 1967383

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Unlawful possession of government trophy. 1967/383. Child of tender years as witness – Requirements and proper procedure. 1967/57; 1967/124; 1967/191; 1967/198; 1967/300; 1968/33; 1968/199; 1968/260. Circumstantial evidence Appeal court in as good position to weigh as trial court. 1967/383. Death provable by – Body need not be found. 167/130. Standard of proof. 1968/219. LXXIX CRIMINAL EVIDENCE (Continued) Co-accuseds Confession – Corroboration required. 1967/386. Confession – May serve as corroboration for other evidence. 1967/10.
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Plea – Inadmissible as evidence against other accused 1967/68. Testimony in defence – Corroboration not required. 1967/366. Confessions Admissibility in general. 1968/181. Admissible as against co-accused. 1967/386. Admissible where induced by fear of witchcraft. 1967/386. Admissible where made to Divisional Executive Officer, 1968/143. Admissible where made to ten-house cell leader. 1968/182 Admissions distinguished. 1968/298. Inadmissible where involuntary. 1968/365. Inadmissible where made to Assistant Village Executive Officer. 1967/124. Inadmissible where made to District Council messenger. 1968/99. Inadmissible where made to police officer. 1967/252; 1967/385; 1968/112; 1968/182; 1968/474. Corroboration Accomplices – Requirements 1967/14; 1967/67; 1967/94; 1967/222; 1967/295; 1967/338; 1968/98; 1967/348; 1968/40; 1968/297. Assistant who was not suspect – Not required. 1968/181. Children of tender years – Requirements. 1967/191; 1968/33; 1967/124. Co-accuseds – Requirements. 1967/66; 1967/68; 1967/10; 1967/386; 1968/366. Dying declarations – Requirements. 1967/445; 1968/38. Experts – Requirements. 1967/197. Sexual offences – Requirements. 1967/204; 1967/205; 1968/260; 1968/300; 1968/369; 1968/370. Suspects – Requirements. 1967/454. Testimony of two witnesses, both requiring corroboration, cannot corrobo- rate each other. 1967/195; 1968/260. Unsworn testimony – Requirements. 1967/195; 1968/419. Credibility
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Contradictory evidence given by witness at prior trial may be considered on appeal. 1967/4. Contradictory extra – judicial statement renders testimony suspicious. 1967/341. Contradictory prior statement destroys credibility. 1968/390 Prejudgment of reliability of witnesses prior to hearing their testimony im- proper. 1967/123. LXXX CRIMINAL EVIDENCE (Continued) Statements of person accused of infanticide unreliable due to birth trauma and lactation. 1967/447. Testimony of four year old child not worthy of credibility apart from ques- tion of corroboration. 1967/249. Trial court’s finding as to credibility usually binding on appeal court. 1967/59. Villager’s estimates of dates and distances not reliable. 1968/180. Documentary evidence produced and examined in court but lost before judgement – Improper to acquit only because of loss. 1967/387. Dying declaration – Corroboration required. 1967/445; 1968/38. Evaluation of property – Expert testimony advisable. 1967/383. Exhibits – Failure to produce stolen article as exhibit when it was produced and identified in court does not affect weight of evidence. 1967/296. Experts Evidence of medical officer as to exact age of accused not reliable.
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