“In order for a trial Court to determine whether the legal duty imposed on the prosecution has been duly discharged, the trial Court must consider the totality of the evidence before the Court after which the Court determines the issues as to whether or not the case against the accused person was made out or established beyond reasonable doubt. See ORJI VS THE STATE (2008) 3-4 SC 198.” Per SAMUEL CHUKWUDUMEBI OSEJI, JSC in UTTO v. STATE (2021-LCER-40501-SC) (Pp 32 – 32; Paras A – B)

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