SUMMARY OF ANNABI V. THE STATE

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ANNABI V. THE STATE

”It is settled law that while the trial court or any court for that matter is under an obligation or has the duty to consider all the defences possible or available to the accused or appellant on the facts; even though they may appear to be stupid, improbable or unfounded, the court cannot give the accused or appellant the benefit of defences which were not supported or reflected by the evidence on record.” Per ONNOGHEN, JSC.

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