OKPAKO v. THE STATE

1. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE - Natural consequences - Whether in law a person is presumed to have intended the natural consequence of his action. 2. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE - Confessional statement - Whether a court can convict solely on a confessional statement of an accused person. 3. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE - Admissibility of Confessional statement. 4. EVIDENCE - Circumstantial evidence - Meaning and nature of circumstantial evidence
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