Whether Court of Appeal erred in law in rejecting fresh evidence — Whether Court of Appeal misunderstood legal nature of fresh evidence and whether there was an air of reality to third-party suspect issue — What is the difference between evidence that some other person could be the perpetrator and evidence some other person is the perpetrator and the accordingly differential application of the hearsay rule — Whether Court of Appeal erred by not requiring concurrent sentences because action constituting kidnapping underlies accessory to murder conviction? — dismissed 03/16/2023 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Applicant.

Read the lower court decision from the NSCA here.