CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE – GUILT OF AN ACCUSED PERSON – How to establish/prove the guilt of an accused person


“It is trite law and well settled that the guilt of an accused person can be proved by any or more of the following ways:- (a) The confessional statement of the accused persons; (b) Circumstantial evidence; or (c) Evidence of eye-witness of the crime. I refer to Igabele v State (2006) 6 NWLR (Pt.975) 100 at 130.” Per OKORO, J.S.C. in BEMDOO MINDI v. THE STATE (2020- LCER-39169-SC) at p. 32

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