1. APPEAL - Concurrent findings - Instances where the Supreme Court will not interfere with concurrent findings of facts by Lower Courts. 2. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE – Defence of alibi – Whether defence of alibi exculpates the accused when the alibi is established. 3. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE – Offence of murder - Essential ingredients that must be proved by the prosecution to secure conviction for murder. 4. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE – Defence of alibi – When alibi is timeously raised by the accused – Whether every failure to investigate is fatal to the prosecution’s case. 5. EVIDENCE - Documentary evidence and oral evidence - The position of the law where there is oral as well as documentary evidence. 6. EVIDENCE – Address of counsel – Whether can take the place of evidence.
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