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- COURT: Primary Function of an appellate Court – Duty of an appellate Court to determine the correctness of the decision appealed against not to delve into the reasons for the decision
“It has been held severally by this court that the function of an appellate court…
- CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE - GUILT OF AN ACCUSED PERSON - Duty of the prosecution and the Court in proving the guilt of an accused person
"The appellant, in the instant case, was charged with four offences, conspiracy to commit an…
- APPEAL - INTERFERENCE WITH THE EXERCISE OF DISCRETION - Whether the grant or refusal of an application for bail is at the discretion of the Court; where an appellate court will not interfere:
"The grant or refusal of an application for bail is at the Court's discretion. An…