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Case #: 135 of 2018
CHIMEKA GIBBS AND DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

Stealing by reason of employment – Falsification of accounts – Evidence contained in document produced by a computer – Admission of evidence of a confession – No case submission – Failure to provide reasons for not acceding to the No case submission – Delays in the trial without keeping the jury together – Judge not making proper provision for the prevention of jurors communicating with anyone else – Sentence unduly severe – Compensation awarded under the Penal Code deemed to a judgment debt - Costs in indictable cases - Section 67 of the Evidence Act- Sections 120 & 122 of the Penal Code

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil / Stealing by reason of employment Matter
by Justice(s) Honourable Sir Hartman Longley, P., Honourable Sir Michael Barnett, JA and Honourable Mr. Justice Evans, JA
Date Added:
18/07/2019

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