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Should exceed length of prison term. 1968/293.
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Special reasons cannot be “general”. 1968/468. “Special reasons” do not exist where accused allowed other to drive uninsured vehicle 1967/135. “Special reasons do not exist where accused did not know that insur- ance had expired. 1968/468 “Special reasons” do not exist where accused has good driving record. 1968/153. “Special reasons” do not exist where accused’s job requires him to drive extensively. 1967/259; 1967/350. “Special reasons” do not exist where accused’s livelihood depends on driving. 1968/153; 1968/431. “Special reasons” do not exist where unlicensed farm vehicle was dri- ven on public road for short distance in order to be repaired. 1967/351. CV1 CRIMINAL ROAD TRAFFIC (Continued) Disqualification from holding driving license (cont’d) “Special reasons” exist where driver was mechanic delivering repaired ve- hicle to owner. 1967/308. “Special reasons” must relate to offence rather than offender. 1967/206; 1967/259; 1967/350; 1968/153; 1968/468. Two year period excessive in circumstances. 1967/277. Driving defective, unlicensed, uninsured vehicle – Accused charged specifical- ly with driving cannot be convicted on basis that he was owner and in charge of vehicle at time. 1967/398. Driving while efficiency impaired by drinks – Elements of offence. 1968/151. Failure to comply with conditions of road service license Only license-holder may be charged. 1968/432. Failure to report accident – Conviction sustained where accused did not know injury occurred. 1968/152.
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- Not offence where damage only caused to adjacent property. 1968/60 Foreign vehicle – Whether car registered in Zanzibar is foreign. 1968/229. Neglect of traffic directions – Failure to obey policeman Essential that police- man be engaged in regulation of traffic. 1967/307. “Permitting” unlawful use of vehicle – Mens rea required. 1968/395. Public Service vehicle – Carrying passengers for hire without license – Can- cellation order mandatory for second conviction even where previous conviction concerned different vehicle. 1967/306. Carrying passengers for hire without licence. – Fire of Shs. 35/- inadequate. 1967/105. Carrying passengers for hire without licence – Persons liable. 1967/77. “Road”- Possibly does not include estate road. 1968/433. Sentence – Primary duty with respect to motor vehicle rests with owner not driver – Driver should not be fined heavily. 1967/20. ROBBERY Alternative verdicts – Robbery with violence cannot be substituted for rob- bery. 1968/465. Common intention – Participants in group beating not all liable for robbery which occurs in course of beating 1968/52. Demanding property with menaces distinguished. 1968/279. Does not cover case where force is used after theft but not immediately after. 1967/372. CV11 CRIMINAL ROBBERY (Continued) Separate offences are not created by Penal Code provision relating to robbery with violence. 1968/115.
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Threat of force does not necessarily exist where accused are armed and “force” complainant to hand over money –Guilty plea equivocal. 1967/150.
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