The Truth About The Constitutional Right To Bail.

Bail is a constitutional right that is pivoted on the right to personal liberty, the enjoyment of which is limited by limitations under article 43 of the 1995 Ugandan constitution as amended.

The Truth About The Constitutional Right To Bail.
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