Practice Guide on No Case Submission


Dimeji Bankole was the speaker of the 6th Session of Nigeria’s House of Representatives. At the expiration of his tenure as Speaker, a seventeen court count charge was slammed on him by the EFCC at the Federal High Court, Abuja. The case proceeded to trial and on the 29 day of November, 2011, the prosecution closed its case. At the said close of the prosecution’s case, Mr Olawole Akani, SAN, learned Counsel for Dimeji Bankole made a no case submission in favour of his client and upon a considered ruling of the court, delivered on Tuesday the 31st day of January, 2012, Dimeji Bankole was acquitted and discharged. He never went through the whole hug of full trial. Such is the power of No Case Submission

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The book, ‘Practice Guide on No Case Submission’ is a practice companion for trial lawyers. It is a quick reference manual on the Principle of No Case Submission and therefore, an indispensable tool in the hands of every trial lawyer. It embellishes in its contents everything the lawyer needs to successfully make and sustain a no case submission.


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