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Benard Muchangi V Prosecution

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 44 of 2015 Date Delivered: 12 Apr 2016

Judge: Florence Nyaguthii Muchemi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Benard Muchangi v Prosecution

Citation: Benard Muchangi V Prosecution

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Republic V Restus Kithinji Gitonga & Another [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 92 of 2015 Date Delivered: 12 Apr 2016

Judge: Roseline Pauline Vunoro Wendoh

Court: High Court at Meru

Parties: Republic v Restus Kithinji Gitonga & Peninah Kanana Mwendia

Citation: Republic V Restus Kithinji Gitonga & Another [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Misheki Maingi Kanyamu [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 16 of 2010 Date Delivered: 12 Apr 2016

Judge: Roseline Pauline Vunoro Wendoh

Court: High Court at Meru

Parties: Republic v Misheki Maingi Kanyamu

Citation: Republic V Misheki Maingi Kanyamu [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Andrew Muyera Amukasa [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 28 of 2013 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Ruth Nekoye Sitati

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Republic v Andrew Muyera Amukasa

Citation: Republic V Andrew Muyera Amukasa [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Simon Gitonga Ngararu [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 2 of 2012 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Florence Nyaguthii Muchemi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Republic v Simon Gitonga Ngararu

Citation: Republic V Simon Gitonga Ngararu [2016] eKLR

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John Mwavisi V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 158 ‘A’ of 2014 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Ruth Nekoye Sitati

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: John Mwavisi v Republic

Citation: John Mwavisi V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Samuel Gitau Maina Alias Stranger & 4 Others [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 9 of 2013 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Stella Ngali Mutuku

Court: High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)

Parties: Republic v Samuel Gitau Maina, Stephen Waweru Ndungai, Anthony Kamwenji Ndungu, Stephen Mwangi Muthoni & Michael Thuo Gikaru

Citation: Republic V Samuel Gitau Maina Alias Stranger & 4 Others [2016] eKLR

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Joy Kamba Mwenda V Prosecution [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 16 of 2014 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Florence Nyaguthii Muchemi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Joy Kamba Mwenda v Prosecution

Citation: Joy Kamba Mwenda V Prosecution [2016] eKLR

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Philip Aswani Ndunde V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 55 of 2015 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Ruth Nekoye Sitati

Court: High Court at Kakamega

Parties: Philip Aswani Ndunde v Republic

Citation: Philip Aswani Ndunde V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Joseph Nyaga Kariuki V Republic[2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 36 of 2015 Date Delivered: 11 Apr 2016

Judge: Bwonwong'a Justus Momanyi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Joseph Nyaga Kariuki v Republic

Citation: Joseph Nyaga Kariuki V Republic[2016] eKLR

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Gerald Wathiu Kiragu V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 110 of 2011 Date Delivered: 08 Apr 2016

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Nyeri

Parties: Gerald Wathiu Kiragu v Republic

Citation: Gerald Wathiu Kiragu V Republic [2016] eKLR

Nature of evidence required to sustain a conviction for the offence of attempted murder

 

Gerald Wathiu Kiragu v Republic

Criminal Appeal No 110 of 2011

High Court at Nyeri

Ngaah Jairus, J

April 8, 2016

 

Reported by Beryl A Ikamari

 

Brief facts

The Appellant was charged with two counts of attempted murder and a count of causing grievous harm. The facts were that on the night of October 20, 2010, the Appellant together with other persons who were not in Court attempted to cause the death of SWG by causing injuries on the head of SWG. The Appellant was also charged with offence of causing grievous harm to a different complainant, AGW.

He appealed against the conviction and sentence with respect to attempted murder. The Appellant’s grounds of appeal included an averment that he was not properly identified as the offender. Later in the Appeal, the Appellant argued that the evidence on the nature of injuries suffered by the complainant, a P3 form, was lacking.

 

Issues

  1. Whether evidence on the degree of injuries suffered was a necessary ingredient for the offence of attempted murder.
  2. Whether evidence of intent to cause death was a necessary ingredient to the offence of attempted murder.
  3. Effect of having a P3 form produced in Court by a medical practitioner who was different from its maker.

 

Criminal Law-attempted murder-ingredients of the offence of attempted murder-intent to kill and evidence of injuries-effect of producing evidence of injury in the form of a P3 form by a medical practitioner who was different from its maker-Penal Code (Cap 63), sections 220(a) & 237(a).

Evidence Law-documentary evidence-P3 form made by a medical practitioner employed by the Government-whether evidence of injury produced in the form of a P3 form by a medical practitioner who was not the maker of the P3 form was admissible-Evidence Act (Cap 80), section 77.

 

Held

  1. Arguments relating to the P3 form and evidence on the degree of injuries suffered were fresh arguments which were not reflected in the pleadings. The Appellants ought to have sought leave of Court to amend the Petition of Appeal before adopting such arguments. Such an application for leave was a mandatory requirement under section 350(2)(iv) of the Criminal Procedure Code.
  2. The evidence of PW6 indicated that SW sustained a 2 cm cut wound on the forehead and that the wound was stitched and was healing. In the P3 form which was admitted in evidence, the indication was that a blunt weapon was used to cause the injury. The evidence of SW was that she was hit on the head with a twisted iron bar. The evidence was sufficient to prove that the complainant was injured.
  3. Failure to indicate the degree of injury was not fatal to the prosecution's case. The issue that was outstanding was whether the Appellant was properly charged and convicted under section 220(a) of the Penal Code for the offence of attempted murder.
  4. The intent to murder was the principal ingredient in the offence of attempted murder. There was sufficient evidence to support the fact that the Appellant did an overt act which resulted in the injury of the complainant but it was not proved that in doing that act, the Appellant's intention was to murder the complainant.
  5. The conviction for the offence of attempted murder was improper. The facts disclosed that the Appellant unlawfully wounded the complainant and he was culpable of the offence of unlawful wounding or poisoning under section 237(a) of the Penal Code. The offence of unlawful wounding was a lesser offence compared to the offence of attempted murder.
  6. The P3 form tendered in evidence was filled and signed by a medical practitioner employed by the Government. For purposes of section 77 of the Evidence Act, it was a report under the hand of a medical practitioner which could be admitted by the Court on the presumption that the signature of its maker was genuine and the maker held the office and qualifications which he professed to hold at the time of signing the document.
  7. Due to a transfer, the P3 form was produced by a different medical practitioner who said that he was conversant with the maker's handwriting.  Under section 77 of the Evidence Act, it was not necessary for the maker of the P3 form to produce it in Court. The Appellant did not suffer prejudice as a result of the fact that it was produced by someone different from its maker.
  8. The evidence indicated that although the crime happened at night, the house in which it was committed was well lit with electricity light. The Appellant was recognized by 5 prosecution witnesses.
  9. There were claims of a grudge between the complainant's family and the Appellant's family. Evidence of such a grudge was not tendered and there was no police report indicating that the complainant's family had burnt the Appellant's house.
  10. The Appellant offered an alibi defence indicating that he was not at the scene of crime at the material time but the defence was not supported by evidence. An alibi would operate to defeat a water tight prosecution case and it had to be proved to the required standard.

Appeal partly allowed. (Conviction for the offence of attempted murder and sentence of 15 years imprisonment set aside and substituted with a conviction for the offence of unlawful wounding and a sentence of 5 years imprisonment.)

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Patrick Njogu Wachira V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 4 of 2010 Date Delivered: 08 Apr 2016

Judge: Jairus Ngaah

Court: High Court at Nyeri

Parties: Patrick Njogu Wachira v Republic

Citation: Patrick Njogu Wachira V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Francis Ochola Odero V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Miscellaneous Criminal Application 28 of 2016 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: James Aaron Makau

Court: High Court at Siaya

Parties: Francis Ochola Odero v Republic

Citation: Francis Ochola Odero V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Vanista Bushman V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 122 of 2013 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: George Kanyi Kimondo

Court: High Court at Eldoret

Parties: Vanista Bushman v Republic

Citation: Vanista Bushman V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Julius Mugambi Mutua [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 5 of 2011 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Roseline Pauline Vunoro Wendoh

Court: High Court at Meru

Parties: Republic v Julius Mugambi Mutua

Citation: Republic V Julius Mugambi Mutua [2016] eKLR

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Augustine Mathenge V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 24 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Mary Muhanji Kasango

Court: High Court at Nanyuki

Parties: Augustine Mathenge v Republic

Citation: Augustine Mathenge V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Republic V Benson Nyamai [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case No 6 of 2014 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Jacqueline Kamau

Court: High Court at Voi

Parties: Republic v Benson Nyamai

Citation: Republic V Benson Nyamai [2016] eKLR

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James Pam Kinyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 45 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Mary Muhanji Kasango

Court: High Court at Nanyuki

Parties: James Pam Kinyaga v Republic

Citation: James Pam Kinyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Michael Lennox Odero V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 2 of 2016 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: David Shikomera Majanja

Court: High Court at Homabay

Parties: Michael Lennox Odero v Republic

Citation: Michael Lennox Odero V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Kunona Kinyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 50 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Mary Muhanji Kasango

Court: High Court at Nanyuki

Parties: Kunona Kinyaga v Republic

Citation: Kunona Kinyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Frankline Kimathi Murungi V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 12 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Alfred Mabeya

Court: High Court at Chuka

Parties: Frankline Kimathi Murungi v Republic

Citation: Frankline Kimathi Murungi V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Michael Kariuki Nyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 35 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Bwonwong'a Justus Momanyi

Court: High Court at Embu

Parties: Michael Kariuki Nyaga v Republic

Citation: Michael Kariuki Nyaga V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Amos Mwitikirimi V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 42 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Mary Muhanji Kasango

Court: High Court at Nanyuki

Parties: Amos Mwitikirimi v Republic

Citation: Amos Mwitikirimi V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Richard Kimutai Rono V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Case 5 of 2016 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Martin Muya

Court: High Court at Kericho

Parties: Richard Kimutai Rono v Republic

Citation: Richard Kimutai Rono V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Carolyine Akoth V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 108 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: James Aaron Makau

Court: High Court at Siaya

Parties: Carolyine Akoth v Republic

Citation: Carolyine Akoth V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Shadrack Maina Mwangi V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Crimina Appeal 39 of 2015 Date Delivered: 07 Apr 2016

Judge: Mary Muhanji Kasango

Court: High Court at Nanyuki

Parties: Shadrack Maina Mwangi v Republic

Citation: Shadrack Maina Mwangi V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Evans Wamai Karuku V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 94 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Apr 2016

Judge: Philip Nyamu Waki, Martha Karambu Koome, Patrick Omwenga Kiage

Court: Court of Appeal at Nyeri

Parties: Evans Wamai Karuku v Republic

Citation: Evans Wamai Karuku V Republic [2016] eKLR

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Peter Kinyua Ireri V Republic [2016] eKLR

Case Number: Criminal Appeal 68 of 2014 Date Delivered: 06 Apr 2016

Judge: Philip Nyamu Waki, Sankale Ole Kantai, Patrick Omwenga Kiage

Court: Court of Appeal at Nyeri

Parties: Peter Kinyua Ireri v Republic

Citation: Peter Kinyua Ireri V Republic [2016] eKLR

Value of statements made by an accused against a co-accused in a joint trial

 Peter kinyua Ireri v Republic

Criminal Appeal 68 of 2014

In the Court of Appeal at Nyeri

P N Waki, P O Kiage, S O Kantai, JJA

April 6, 2016

Reported by Teddy Musiga and Silas Kandie

 

 

Brief facts

The Appellant and his Co-accused were walking along a road in Makangu trading center within Embu municipality when they were accosted by three local community policing members and upon being searched a rifle was recovered from the sack the Co-accused was carrying. They were both arrested and handed over to the CID Embu for further investigations. In the course of the investigations, one Apolo Nyaga Musa (Musa) (third accused) was also arrested after the Co-accused associated him with the ownership of the rifle. According to the investigating officer, Musa admitted that the gun had been left with him by a white person.

The Appellant, Co-accused and the third accused were jointly charged and tried on two counts: preparation to commit a felony and being in possession of a firearm without a firearm certificate.

At the close of the prosecution case, third accused was found to have no case to answer and was acquitted under section 210 of the Criminal Procedure Code. The Appellant and Co accused were placed on their defence and were subsequently convicted on both counts and sentenced to serve 7 years imprisonment on each count concurrently. On appeal to the High Court, conviction for the offence of preparation to commit a felony was allowed while that on possession of a firearm was dismissed and the sentence reduced to 5 years imprisonment. The Co-accused did not appeal further to the Court of Appeal, but the Appellant did.

Issues

  1. What was the legal definition of possession of a firearm within the meaning of section 4(1) of the Firearms Act?
  2. What was the value of exculpatory statements made by an accused against a co-accused in a joint trial?
  3. Whether exculpatory evidence made by one accused against another could be used as evidence against the co- accused.

 

Evidence Law – Admissibility of evidence – exculpatory evidence – nature of exculpatory evidence against a co-accused person – whether exculpatory evidence made by one accused could be used as evidence against the co – accused –Evidence Act Cap 80 section 111.

Held

  1. Section 4(1) of the Firearms Act proscribed any person from purchasing, acquiring or having in his possession any firearm or ammunition unless he held a firearm certificate in force at that time.
  2. Section 2 of that Act could be construed to mean that possession included both actual physical possession as well as constructive possession. In the instant case, there was no doubt that the appellant was not found in actual physical possession of the offending rifle.
  3. It was evident that there was no admission by the appellant that he had possession of the rifle. There was no evidence that the appellant did not deny the assertion by his co-accused, Njiru that he knew about the rifle. The investigating officer (pw5) who rearrested them went no further to establish the role of the appellant but simply took brief statements from the community policing members and submitted the rifle for ballistic examination before charging them with the two offences. He also arrested the third accused (Musa) who had said the firearm had been left with him by a white person. In those circumstances, it was doubtful that the appellant could be found to have been in constructive possession of the offending weapon.
  4.  Even assuming that the High Court was right in finding that the appellant was incriminated by his co-accused, that evidence of the co-accused was of the weakest kind and incapable of supporting a conviction without corroboration.
  5. A statement which did not amount to a confession was only evidence against the maker. If it was a confession and implicated a co-accused, it could in a joint trial be taken into consideration against that co-accused. It was however, not only accomplice evidence but evidence of the weakest kind.
  6. Any statement purportedly made by co-accused in relation to the appellant was exculpatory and extra-judicial as it was not a confession properly so called. An exculpatory extrajudicial statement by one accused could not be used as evidence against the co-accused.
  7. Even if it could be held to have been a confession, which was not, the law was that the statement and evidence of a co-accused person was evidence of the weakest kind since an accused person could implicate another, intending to save himself from blame.

Appeal allowed, conviction quashed, sentence set aside. Appellant released.

 

Cases

East Africa

  1. Anyangu & others v Republic [1968] EA 239 – (Explained)
  2. Gopa s/o Gidamebanya & others v Republic Criminal Appeal No 106 of 1983 – (Mentioned)
  3. Kangethe, Christopher Nyoike v Republic Criminal Appeal No 306 of 2005 – (Explained)
  4. Odhiambo, Joseph v Republic; Criminal Appeal No 14 of 1980 – (Explained)

Statutes

East Africa

  1. Criminal Procedure Code (cap 75) sections 210, 361– (Interpreted)
  2. Evidence Act (cap 80) sections 25, 111– (Interpreted)
  3. Firearms Act (cap 114) sections 2,4(1),(3) – (Interpreted)
  4. Penal Code (cap 63) sections 4,308(1) – (Interpreted)

Advocates

1. Mr Kaigai for the Respondent

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