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Title: Analysis of the importance and dangers of the right to bail in Uganda’s criminal justice system
Authors: Uwera, Joan
Keywords: Dangers
Right to bail
Uganda’s criminal justice system
Issue Date: Jan-2018
Publisher: Kampala international University, School of Law
Abstract: This research is about the importance and dangers to the implementation of the right to bail in Kampala, Uganda. The study was carried out in Makindye Division and it focused on the meaning and relevance of the admission of bail to the various accused personnel's in the country. The literature discusses the legal basis on the right to bail of an individual, the interpretation and application of bail, and the judicial provision and process on the grant of bail. The study also analyzed the legal framework concerning the right to bail such as the Constitution, The Penal Code Act, interalia among other statutes with reference to past cases. Findings from various entities were also sought majorly from the IGP's office, the different police posts in the region, the Human Rights Organizations in Uganda, among others. Conclusions and recommendations were made concerning the research findings and the recommendations to the parties involved were also put
Description: A Research Report Submitted to the Faculty of Law as a Requirement in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of a Diploma in Law at Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/8204
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