Download – The Penal Code of Kenya

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Abuse of Office
99 – Officers charged with administration of property of a special character or
with special duties.
100- False claims by person employed in the public service.
101- Abuse of office.
102 – False certificates by public officers.
102A – Penalties.
103 – Unauthorized administration of oaths.
104 – False assumption of authority.
105 – Personating persons employed in the public service.
106 – Threat of injury to persons employed in public service.
107 – Tampering with public officers, etc.

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Read what the law says about various crimes including:

7 – Ignorance of law.
8 – Bona fide claim of right.
9 – Intention and motive.
10 – Mistake of fact.
11 – Presumption of sanity.
12 – Insanity.
13 – Intoxication.
14 – Immature age.
15 – Judicial officers.
16 – Compulsion.
17 – Defence of person or property.
18 – Use of force in effecting arrest.
19 – Compulsion by husband.
Chapter V – Parties to Offences
20 – Principal offenders.
21 – Joint offenders in prosecution of common purpose.
22 – Counselling another to commit offence.
23 – Offences by corporations, societies, etc.
Chapter VI – Punishments
Section
24 – Different kinds of punishments.
25 – Sentence of death.
26 – Imprisonment.
26A – Recommendation for removal from Kenya.
27 – Corporal punishment.
28 – Fines.
29 – Forfeiture.
30 – Suspension or forfeiture of right to carry on business.
31 – Compensation.
32 – Costs.
33 – Security for keeping the peace.
34 – Recognizances.
35 – Absolute and conditional discharge.
36 – General punishment for misdemeanours.
37 – Sentences when cumulative.
38 – Sentence on escaped convict.
39 – Cancellation or suspension of certificate of competency.
PART II – Crimes
Division I – Offences against Public Order
Chapter VII – Treason and Allied Offences
40 – Treason.
41 – Repealed.
42 – Concealment of treason.
43 – Treasonable felony.
43A – Treachery.
44 – Promoting warlike undertaking.
45 – Provisions as to trial for treason, etc.
46 – Dissuasion from enlistment.
47 – Inciting to mutiny.
48 – Aiding, etc., to mutiny, or inciting sedition or disobedience.
49 – Inducing desertion.
50 – Aiding prisoners of war to escape.
51 – Definition of overt act.
52 – Power to prohibit publications.
53 – Penalty for prohibited publications.
54 – Seizure and disposal of prohibited publications.
55 –
56 –
57 – Repealed.
58 –
59 – Unlawful oaths to commit capital offences.
60 – Administration of unlawful oaths to commit capital offences.
61 – Unlawful oaths to commit other offences.
62 – Compelling another person to take an oath.
63 – Compulsion, how far a defence.
64 – Presence at oath administration.
65 – Unlawful drilling.
66 – Alarming publications.
Chapter VIII – Offences affecting Relations with Foreign States and External
Tranquility
67 – Defamation of foreign princes.
68 – Foreign enlistment.
69 – Repealed.
Chapter IX – Unlawful Assemblies, Riots and other offences against Public
Tranquility
70
71
72
73 Repealed.
74
75
76
77 – Subversive activities.
78 – Definition of unlawful assembly and riot.
79 – Punishment of unlawful assembly.
80 – Punishment of riot.
81- Proclamation for rioters to disperse.
82 – Dispersal of rioters after proclamation.
83 – Rioting after proclamation.
84 – Preventing or obstructing proclamation.
85 – Rioters demolishing buildings, etc.
86 – Rioters injuring buildings, machinery, etc.
87 – Riotously interfering with railway, vehicle or vessel.
88 – Going armed in public.
89 – Possession of firearms, etc.
90 – Forcible entry.
91 – Forcible detainer.
92 – Affray.
93 – Challenge to duel.
94 – Offensive conduct conducive to breaches of the peace.
95 – Threatening breach of the peace or violence.
96 – Incitement to violence and disobedience of the law.
97 – Assembling for smuggling.
98 – Wrongfully inducing a boycott.
Division II – Offences against the Administration of Lawful Authority
Chapter X – Abuse of Office
99 – Officers charged with administration of property of a special character or
with special duties.
100- False claims by person employed in the public service.
101- Abuse of office.
102 – False certificates by public officers.
102A – Penalties.
103 – Unauthorized administration of oaths.
104 – False assumption of authority.
105 – Personating persons employed in the public service.
106 – Threat of injury to persons employed in public service.
107 – Tampering with public officers, etc.
Chapter XI – Offences relating to the Administration of Justice
108 – Perjury and subornation of perjury.
109 – False statements by interpreters.
110 – Punishment of perjury and subornation of perjury.
111- Evidence of perjury or subornation of perjury.
112 – Contradictory statements.
112A – False written statements.
113 – Fabricating evidence.
114 – False swearing.
115 – Deceiving witnesses.
116 – Destroying evidence.
117 – Conspiracy to defeat justice and interference with witnesses.
118 – Compounding felonies.
119 – Compounding penal actions.
120 – Advertisements for stolen property.
121 – Offences relating to judicial proceedings.