CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE – DEFENCE(S) OF ACCUSED PERSON(S) – Duty of an appellant to identify the facts or evidence on the record that establishes his defence

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“In Annabi Vs The State (Supra), it was held that the appellant has a duty to identify the facts or evidence on the record, which he considered would establish or avail him of the defence.” Per KEKERE-EKUN, J.S.C. in BERENDE v. FRN (2021-LCER-40453-SC) (Pp 19 – 20 Paras G – A)

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