RAWLINGS, John Albert - CCA, Conviction and sentence appeal.2 x indecent assault upon person under 16 (9y & 10y - same complainant); attempt carnal knowledge upon person under 16 (11y). Applicant aged 47 at outset of offences - excessive drinking - large family to support - alcoholic father - hardship to family. Complainant first complained 3 months after incidents alleged to have occurred but never been able to specify exactly when or where they took place.
MT 9m, AT 3m.40 year delay before allegations to police - admissibility of complaint evidence - admissibility of evidence of other sexual misconduct - directions to jury thereon - Evidence Act 1995 ss.97, 101, 108, 137. HUTTON, Keith Robert - CCA, 3.4.98Sentence appeal.8 x BE&S; 8 x obtain benefit by deception; 60 similar offences on a Form 1. During committal applications 2 applications made on behalf of defence for complainant to give evidence at committal.
The station wagon became airborne & collided with a large sign on side of road. Proposed indictment containing 7 counts charging indecent assaults, assaults, sexual intercourse without consent.4 complainants who were either adopted or State wards being cared for by respondent & his wife. FRANCIPANE, Salvatore - CCA, Conviction and sentence appeal. Count 2: false pretences (0,000); in the alternative fraudulently omit to account. Elements of offence - meaning of 'account'- whether to order new trial where Crown could not succeed on case put at trial but might succeed at new trial on different case based on same evidence.
Two passengers seated in rear of station wagon killed instantly. Appeal allowed: resentenced to WILLIAMS, Grant Raymond - CCA, Sentence appeal.1st indictment: 1 x act of indecency (s.61N); 3 x homosexual intercourse (s.78K); 4 matters on a Form 1.2nd indictment: 1 x indecent assault (s.61E(1) - since repealed); 2 x homosexual intercourse (s.78K); 1 x indecent assault (s.61N); 6 matters on a Form 1. Respondent's wife who may have been able to corroborate respondent now deceased. Count 1: conviction appeal allowed, verdict of acquittal entered.
For counts 9 & 10, appellant sentenced to concurrent MT 8y, AT 4y on each count & cumulative upon sentence of 3y FT for sexual assault; for remaining counts sentenced to between 1y & 3y to be served concurrently with other sentences imposed. Appeal allowed on count 10: resentenced to 2y FT to be served concurrently with other sentences. Leaving of evidence to jury where competing versions of events given - sufficiency of warning under s.165 Evidence Act concerning complainant's evidence & delay in making complaint - verdict unsafe & unsatisfactory - duty of trial counsel to seek directions - admissibility of evidence of complaint. Child sexual assault charges: indecent assault (fellatio); a number of acts of sexual intercourse.These applications opposed by prosecution & refused by magistrate. DOUGLAS, Trevor Anthony - CCA, Crown appeal.2 x dangerous drive causing death.12m PD.Respondent was the driver of a prime mover & trailer which collided with the rear of a station wagon travelling in the same lane. SCOTT, Ernest Clyde - CCA, 8.12.98Crown appeal against orders granting permanent stay of proceedings. At the time of the offences, the appellant was a practising. Women were asked to look at a trio of sketches of men in various settings, and to say where they’d prefer to find their ideal man: in camp chopping wood, in a studio painting a canvas, or in a garage working a pillar drill. 1400 Series computer, which then spit out your matches: five blue cards, if you were a woman, or five pink ones, if you were a man. Men were asked to rank drawings of women’s hair styles: a back-combed updo, a Patty Duke bob.Claude BIZIMANA Done at Huye, June 30» Case of Huye water enterprise, is my original work and has never been presented elsewhere for any other academic qualification at any university or institution of higher learning. Student name: NYANDWI Valens Date: 18/ 6 / 2014............................................................ Hence the low agricultural productivity, famine and frequent droughts; high population growth, low human resource development, high transport costs and environmental degradation contribute tremendously to the structural problems which led to huge macroeconomic difficulties.