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Bail: is it a right?
An accused is only a suspect in the commission of a criminal offence and is only fit for custody when he is pronounced guilty by a court of competent jurisdiction and is sentenced to a term of imprisonment - Right to liberty ...
''A critique on the operation of the Bail system in Zambia with regard to sureties''
The right to be at liberty is one of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the modern constitutions of all civilised countries.In spite of this,emphasis has now been shifted from the individual to the community and ...
Denial of bail: Is it a violation of the right to personal liberty?
Crime is a very undesirable vice in all societies of the world, Zambia inclusive. Capital crime is even worse. It is because of crime that: innocent people get murdered or maimed unjustly on account of properties or assets ...
The application of the Constitutional rights of presumption of innicence in the Bail proceedings in Zambia. An analysis
The right to bail implements the basic presumption of innocence that the law assumes for every person charged with a criminal offence. An accused person is presumed to be innocent until actually convicted, and like all ...