NOW OUT: A Compendium of Cases On Electronic Evidence, Volume One (2012-2019) -By Hon. Justice Alaba Omolaye-Ajileye
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WHAT EXPERTS SAID ABOUT THE BOOK
I have browsed through the book of well over 500 pages and I make bold to say that it is well-researched, carefully selected, highly educative collection of judicial authorities and pronouncements on electronic evidence in Nigeria, which every student and practitioner of law should possess. HON JUSTICE HENRY ADEBOLA OLUSIYI, ACTING CHIEF JUDGE, KOGI STATE.
I have been privileged by the learned author and jurist per excellence to peruse a copy of this rich compendium whilst it was being prepared for release and I have reason to be jubilant on behalf of the legal community in Nigeria and beyond our shores on the arrival of this most invaluable tool of legal practice especially as it relates to the novel and intriguing area of electronic evidence…It must however be brought to the fore that this budding area of the law is as to legal practice what ‘further mathematics’ is to the discipline of Mathematics or as Organic Chemistry is to the discipline of Chemistry. Only the deep can call to the deep. His lordship Hon. Justice Ajileye, J has brought the law in this new and indeed complex area to the doorstep of all stakeholders through the availability of his prior work on the subject matter referred to above and the newly published material on case law on Electronic Evidence. Although the taste of the pudding is in the eating, this new publication has availed all stakeholders an essential publication, in simple but beautiful readable prose. It is hoped, as the case law on this area grows in leaps and bound, subsequent editions will continue to satisfy the thirst and yearnings of the large community that will become dependent on this great work.
JOSEPH BODUNRIN DAUDU SAN FCIARB (UK), FNIALS, FCTI; COORDINATOR, RULE OF LAW DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION AND FORMER PRESIDENT, NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCICIATION (NBA).
The book is not just a compilation of judgments and rulings of courts. It embodies a scholarly work that brings out the principles enunciated in the cases reported and the pronouncements of courts…Thirty judgments, consisting of five Supreme Court cases and twenty-five Court of Appeal cases are reported in this volume. The said judgments have been skillfully selected in an attempt to develop and build up the corpus of the law of electronic evidence in Nigeria. I have subjected them (the judgments) to tests to ensure that they meet up with the basic standards of international best practices in law reporting. Accordingly, cases reported bear one or more of the following characteristics: First, they are cases which appear to me to introduce new principles or develop new rules. Second, they are cases which appear to materially modify existing principles or rules. Third, they settle or materially settle questions that are doubtful in the law of electronic evidence; and fourth, some of them appear to me to be peculiarly instructive.
FROM THE PREFACE BY HON. JUSTICE ALABA OMOLAYE-AJILEYE, PhD.
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