Venge v S (1997) JOL 649 (Tk)

Main Issue: Sentencing and mitigating factors

Findings: Appellant was convicted of dealing dagga but Court found that appellant's youthfulness and consequent immaturity must have served as a ground in assessing appellant's ability to pay fine imposed. Therefore a lesser fine and prison sentence is imposed.

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