SEGUN AJIBADE V THE STATE

SUBJECT-MATTER

CRIMINAL LAW

LAW OF EVIDENCE

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

FAIR HEARING

CONFESSIONAL STATEMENT – POWER OF COURT TO CONVICT ON VOLUNTARY STATEMENT OF AN ACCUSED

FAIR HEARING-GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF FAIR TRIAL

CONFESSIONAL STATEMENT – STATUS WHEN ADMITTED WITHOUT ANY OBJECTION

Where a confessional statement is therefore admitted without any objection the irresistible inference is that same was made voluntarily and a court can rightly convict on the basis of admission contained therein.” PER CLARA BATA-OGUNBIYI, JSC

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