Criminal law

Government of Seychelles v Mathiot (MC 66/2020) [2021] SCSC 357 (28 June 2021);

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The belief evidence of Mr. Hein Prinsloo can be accepted as it is supported by the evidence by affidavit of Sergeant Malvina and Sergeant Jean and the attached photographs on which grounds his belief evidence is based. In this instant case there exists more than
prima facie evidence and I am satisfied that the Applicant has established on a balance of probability that the property constitutes benefit from criminal conduct and its value is over SCR 50,000.00. The Respondent has failed to give any credible explanation as to the origin
of such an amount of cash and the explanation given by him for reasons contained herein are rejected. He has failed on a balance of probability to establish that the specified property is not from proceeds of crime.

Republic v Shawn Jean-Luc Moumou & Ors (CR 56/20) [2021] SCSC 351 (17 June 2021);

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SENTENCE: Carrying on or taking part in a business concerned with the making, producing of indecent material by hiring a person for that purpose contrary to section 152(1) (c) read with section 22(a) of the Penal Code and punishable under Section 152(1) of the Penal Code.Carrying on or taking part in a business concerned with the making, producing of indecent material by hiring a person for that purpose contrary to section 152(1) (c) read with section 22(a) of the Penal Code and punishable under Section 152(1) of the Penal Code.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF SEYCHELLES

 

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