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Retaining stolen property can be substituted for receiving stolen property. 1967/368.
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Theft cannot be substituted for receiving stolen property. 1967/108. Mens rea may be inferred from concealment of goods. 1967/37. Property must be shown to have been stolen 1968/430. Sentence – Application of Minimum Sentence Act. 1967/37. RECENT POSSESSION Accused’s explanation need not be reasonable and convincing. 1967/107. Burden of proof does not shift to accused. 1967/38. Conviction for receiving rather than theft appropriate where small portion of stolen property recovered after one and half months. 1968/335 Conviction for robbery improper where accused were merely in presence of party possessing stolen goods. 1967/67. Conviction justified in absence of any explanation. 1967/148. Five months “recent” in respect to uncommon articles. 1967/454. Four months not “recent” where stolen item is easily transferable. 1968/483. Four years not “recent” in case of cattle theft. 1968/149. One month “recent” in case of theft. 1968/157. Possession of leg of stolen animal one day after theft not sufficient evi- dence for conviction. 1968/330. Presumption of guilt rebutted by explanation naming friend as owner of property. Prosecution must disprove explanation. 1967/122. Presumption of guilt rebutted by explanation which could reasonably be true. 1967/68; 1967/418; 1968/242. Presumption of guilt rebutted by explanation which could reasonably be true – Court need not believe explanation. 1967/83. Six months not “recent” where small portion of stolen property recovered. 1967/417. REGULATION OF WAGES AND TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT ORDINCE CAP. 300 Contract of service – Whether exists. 1968/421. REPARTIATION See: SENTENCE.
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CV CRIMINAL REPORT TO POLICE See: FALSE INFORMATION RESCUE FROM LAWFUL CUSTODY Covers rescues of all lawful prisoners, whether convicted or merely await- ing trial. 1967/294. RESISTING LAWFUL ARREST See: ASSAULT PUNISHABLE WITH FIVE YEARS. RETAINING STOLEN PROPERTY See: RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. RETRIAL See: PROCEDURE. REVISION See: APPEAL. RIOT Evidence of co-participant in inter – tribal battle does not require corrobo- ration. 1967/348. Presence at meeting leading to riot coupled with flight from scene of riot sufficient for conviction. 1967/348. Presence at meeting leading to riot not sufficient for conviction. 1967/348. Presence at scene of riot not sufficient for conviction. 1967/348 ROAD TRAFFIC Carrying goods for hire without licence- Cancellation of road licence or ve- hicle registration illegal. 1967/448. Causing death by dangerous driving – Driver dazzled by lights – Duty to slow or stop. 1968/273. -Duty of care owed to passengers and users of road. 1968/394. Defective brakes – No provision for double convictions where both handbrake and footbrake are defective. 1967/260; 1967/349; 1968/150. Disqualification from holding driving licence. – Accused must be given op- portunity to show” special reasons”. 1967/206 Order imposed on manager of offending company. 1968/59.
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