PREPARING THE OFFENDER’S BED; THE OFFENCE OF ATTEMPTED RAPE by Comfort Agyeman-Duah

In the case of RICHARD BANOUSIN V THE REPUBLIC ( J3 2 of 2014) [2014] GHSSC 10 (18 March 2014) the supreme court expressed itself thus: This conclusion by the Court of Appeal is indeed very surprising in view of the fact that, learned Chief State Attorney, had invited the Court of Appeal to consider applying section […]

NKRUMAH’S CONTRIBUTION TO DEMOCRACY AND CONSTITUTIONAL PROGRESS; HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1954 & 1960 CONSTITUTIONS By Dominic Ohene Ofori

January 7 is to commemorate the birth of the 1992 constitution so why the 1954 and 1960 constitutions? Acquah JSC (as he then was) in Republic v Tommy Thompson (no.2) [1996-97] SCGLR 484 at p 502 in describing the constitution opined “…a national constitution is a reflection of that nation’s history and the embodiment and the noble aspirations of its framers”.  What this […]