This was a case involving the use of a vehicle in the commission of a crime. However, from the evidence produced in court it resulted that the Prosecution never exhibited in Court the motor vehicle inquestion. Consequently, it was clear that the appellant's ground of appeal was to succeed and thisbecause the Prosecution must exhibit in Court, materially or formally, what it desires that a Courtconfiscates according to law. In this case this had not been done. Therefore, the confiscation wasrevoked.