Category: Prosecution

Prosecutor
Posted in Blog Prosecution

The Role of the Prosecutor in Wildlife Crime Cases

¤ An Administrator of Justice Administration of justice is the protection of individuals from the unjust and/or unlawful deeds of others. As an administrator of…

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Court Evidence
Posted in Blog Evidence Prosecution

Presentation of Evidence in Court

Court Decorum All jurisdictions have procedures and rules on how one should conduct his/herself in court. However, you can adhere to the following general rules:…

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Posted in Blog Evidence Law Prosecution

Rules of Admissibility of Evidence

Introduction Rules of evidence have been created in criminal law to protect the accused person by ensuring that the evidence is dependable, credible and trustworthy…

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Posted in Blog Evidence Prosecution

Types of Evidence

Introduction The Law of Evidence is a system of rules for the presentation of evidence in court during a trial. You can define evidence as…

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Posted in Blog Botswana Country Law Prosecution

Penalties in Botswana’s Wildlife Legislation

Penalties under the Wildlife Conservation and National Parks Act and subsidiary legislation involve a  combination of fines and imprisonment.  The Act also provides for administrative penalties including forfeiture, destruction of instrumentalities of crime and cancellation of permits.

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Posted in Blog Law Prosecution

Use of Other Laws to Strengthen Wildlife Crime Prosecutions

Wildlife law enforcement is inherently trans-disciplinary and the enforcers need to consult and have an understanding of other related disciplines and the laws which regulate them. 

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