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Right to silence and illegal obtained

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Evidence Act ss. 138 and 139 Evidence Act s. 89 Crimes Act ss. 464A (3) and 464J Robinson v Woolworths

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Criminal Procedure Evidence law South African law Evidence Jury Confession Juries in England and Wales Criminal procedure in South Africa Law of evidence in South Africa
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Criminal Procedure Evidence law South African law Evidence Jury Confession Juries in England and Wales Criminal procedure in South Africa Law of evidence in South Africa
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• D decided to give evidence – he said he knew the Compliant and she visited him home occasionally and they smoke together – he said when he looked into the window – so that is why his fingerprint on the screen. Whether he could be cross-­‐examined about his prior convictions which including the prior conviction for the break enter • Allowed – because the old legislation has a provision where a person attacked the prosecution’s witness cast the imputations of the witness. • Here, court accepts because...
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