SUMMARY OF KARIMU V. THE STATE

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KARIMU V. THE STATE

“The burden of proving insanity rests on the accused person. See Section 140 subsection (1) of the Evidence Act, Cap. 62 of the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1958 which provides- “140-(1) where a person is accused of any offence the burden of proving the existence of circumstances bringing the case within any exception or exemption from, or qualification to, the operation of the law creating the offence with which he is charged is upon such person. “PER UWAIS, J.S.C

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