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Loitering With Intent…

Loitering. There are many ridiculous offences under this. However, the full text of the charge that I am more inquisitive about is "Loitering with intent to commit a felony", which simply means a person has evil thoughts and is hoping for a chance to commit a crime. You can already sense the absurdity in this. Maybe you are one of those people with a stance, mien or even those strides that make passers by fear for dear lives? If so, I’m very sorry for you.

On a lighter note, how can you get off this derisory charge? But before that it is prudent to look at the proof - standard of proof- being beyond reasonable doubt. Reasonable doubt is not mere possible doubt. It is that state of the case which, after the entire comparison and consideration of all the evidence leaves the mind of the court in that condition that it cannot say it feels an abiding conviction to a moral certainty of the truth of the charge (Philip Muiruri Ndaruga v Republic [2016] eKLR).

What this simply means is that the prosecution who has the burden of proof, should be certain with the evidence for lack of better terms it should be good enough (water tight)

Now let’s get into the substance of getting you off this charge of loitering with intent to commit a felony.

Fortunately, this is an arduous crime to prosecute. The main drawback I would say -for you being an advantage- with prosecuting this charge is that it requires the prosecutors to actually prove that you intended to commit a felony. Generally speaking, this means that you won’t be charged unless you were in certain circumstances that depict you were attempting to commit a felony.

For example, you were walking in a street/road that is known to have criminals or rather criminal activities do take place there, you are “dressed as a criminal” or even in a company of individuals that “appear” to be criminals, have criminal records or even hanging around a place and acting in a suspicious way this may be enough evidence for the prosecution to argue that you had intention of committing a felony.

Worry not this are mere circumstantial evidence (evidence based on inference and not on personal knowledge or observation) that can be fought with simple arguments. The thought behind this is, this type of evidence must always be narrowly examined, if only because evidence of this kind may be fabricated to cast suspicion on another (Teper v R [1952] AC).

The earlier mentioned instances are innocent circumstances. Each matter is unique and requires an individual approach and strategy. Your arguments are key to get you off this charge.

For instance you are arrested in town at night; alone or even in the company of your friends there are several defenses you could raise.

1. Demonstrate that you were not loitering- you were on a mission to accomplish something of importance.

2. You have a lawful reason for your conduct- cite an instance that will demonstrate/show that you had a lawful reason to conduct yourself the way you did.

3. Show that you had no intention to commit a crime- try to omit/eliminate the mens rea part of a crime.

Of course, many defenses to this crime can be negated by what you say to the police when you are arrested and that’s why you should exercise your right to remain silent and not to give self-incriminating evidence. Remember, it is not your burden to prove anything.

As they say in Latin, ex nihilo nihil fit (out of nothing comes nothing).

Idris Maalim.

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London offers a lot to see and do. This can make finding a great hotel quite difficult as you don’t want one that’s far from everything or too expensive. If you visit London, check out The Savoy, which is located near Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street. The Savoy boasts well-appointed rooms with views of London landmarks like Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Guests also enjoy access to some of London’s finest restaurants such as The River Restaurant where seafood lovers dine on platters served next to Westminster Bridge.

Here is a list of some best hotels to stay in the UK:

  1. The Dorchester
  2. The Savoy
  3. One Aldwych
  4. Goring Hotel
  5. The Langham London
  6. Warwick London Hotel
  7. Claridge’s Hotel
  8. Connaught Hotel
  9. Old Vicarage Hotel, Cranfield, Bedfordshire
  10. House by the Lake, Newby Bridge, Cumbria

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Many hotels and inns offer guests all they could possibly need for a stay. Some host guests throughout the year while others offer weekly or monthly rentals. No matter your needs, it’s sure to be hard to pick just one because they’re all so great! Which one will you choose? Have you stayed at any of these? Did we miss a spot? We would love to hear from you! Leave a comment below with some reviews and/or any questions you might have. Check out our contact us page on our website if you want advice on planning your trip or further assistance in finding accommodations. Thank you for reading and we hope that these places prove valuable when looking for accommodations abroad!

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“Is marriage a contract or a covenant?”

Basically, a contract is an agreement between two parties signifying that all signing parties will do something. Legally, marriage is a contract with certain rights and responsibilities, but we must distinguish between legal marriage and covenant marriage. In a legal marriage, if one party doesn’t live up to the contracts, then legal actions force him or her to do so or to end the marriage with an equitable settlement. Society couldn’t exist without laws regulating marriage relationships. So, in this sense, marriage is a contract. However, for a Christian, marriage is more than this. It’s also a covenant.

The problem arises when you view your marriage only as a contract or as a series of contracts. When this happens, you will have abandoned the biblical view of marriage. The Bible views marriage ultimately as a covenant, although contracts may be an important part of carrying out your covenant.

What is the difference between a covenant and a contractual marriage?

While a contract is legally binding, a covenant is a spiritual agreement. A contract is an agreement between parties while a covenant is a pledge. A contract is an agreement you can break while a covenant is a perpetual promise. You seal a covenant while you sign a contract.

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You will always find attractive people wherever you go. Whether you are married or you are single, attractive people will always be there. Being strong and courageous is saying, well you are cute or handsome but I am strong and courageous in the lord, to be strong in my marriage or singlehood. This is the only way to stick by the covenant of your marriage.

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Facts you didn't know About savageronah

  1. He is music producer
  2. He is 19years old
  3. He doesn't like to show his relationship status
  4. Is the top Richest teen's in Kenya

Savageronah Net worth?

He has net worth of ksh 1,000,000

savageronah Girlfriend?

he has shown up who is currently dating.

who is savageronah?

  • Music producer and Kenyan rapper
  • Is the top 10 richest kids in Kenya
  • Is Ambassador of Record Union
  • is the founder of CNF music production
  • CEO Of CNF beats Production
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