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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF UNZA CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 16 of 2012

HOLDEN AT THE MAIN CAMPUS AT LUSAKA
IN THE MATTER BETWEEN:
KABWE NDUNDU APPELLANT
AND
THE PEOPLE RESPONDENT

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BRIEF FOR THE RESPONDENTS
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Filed by: SINKALU STEVE M. M ESQ SIANSUMO MODRINE ESQ

DPP Chambers
LUSAKA.

ADVOCATES FOR THE RESPONDENT

TO: SAKALA TISANGECHI ESQ SALAMU BWALYA M ESQ

Legal Aid LUSAKA.

ADVOCATES FOR THE APPELLANT

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF UNZA CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 16 of 2012

HOLDEN AT THE MAIN CAMPUS AT LUSAKA
IN THE MATTER BETWEEN:
KABWE NDUNDU APPELLANT
AND
THE PEOPLE RESPONDENT
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------------------------------------------------- INDEX

Page 2…………………………………………………….Index
Page 3……………………………………………………. Memorandum of Response
Page 4……………………………………………………. Record of Proceedings in the Court Below
Page 6……………………………………………………..Heads of Arguments
Page 14…………………………………………………….List of Authorities

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF UNZA CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 16 of 2012
HOLDEN AT THE MAIN CAMPUS
IN THE MATTER BETWEEN:
KABWE NDUNDU APPELLANT
AND
THE PEOPLE RESPONDENT
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------------------------------------------------- MEMORANDUM OF RESPONSE

GROUND ONE
It is our contention that the learned trial judge in the Court below was on firm ground when he convicted the appellant together with the other offenders of aggravated robbery because the appellant possessed sufficient mens…...

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