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Questioning: The Undefended Accused – Practical Examples for Magistrates Volume 2

The Undefended Accused series is a quick reference to criminal law, the law of evidence and the law of criminal procedure blended together in a practical approach.

Publication Language: English
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409118735

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The Undefended Accused series is a quick reference to criminal law, the law of evidence and the law of criminal procedure blended together in a practical approach.

This series provides practical guidance when dealing with crimes such as stock theft, fraud, forgery, corruption, extortion, robbery and perjury. The Undefended Accused series provides a collection of essential pro forma and assists practitioners when drafting criminal appeals. A must-have for magistrates and criminal law practitioners.

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Stock theft

Section 2: Failure to give a satisfactory account of €œstock€? or animal €œproduce€? suspected to have been stolen €œstock€? or animal €œproduce€?

Section 3(1): Receiving stolen €œstock€? or animal €œproduce€? without reasonable cause

Fraud

Forgery

Uttering of a false document knowing that the document involved, is a false document

Corruption: The Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of 2004

Extortion

Robbery

Perjury: In terms of the common law

Subornation of [common-law] perjury

Perjury: In terms of section 319(3) of the (previous) Criminal Procedure Act 56 of 1955 (The making of conflicting sworn statements under different oaths)

Perjury: In terms of section 9 of the Justices of the Peace and Commissioners of Oaths Act 16 of 1963 (The making of a false written statement under oath or affirmation)

Tables of cases and statutes