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Category Archives: Detention

7 tips if you are arrested

Being arrested is scary, but remember these 7 tips for arrest so you don’t make matters worse The first time you are arrested is a very frightening experience, particularly if you think you may have been wrongfully arrested. Unfortunately, this … Continue reading

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Admission of guilt

Admission of guilt

Should you sign an admission of guilt if you are accused of a crime? If you have been arrested for a minor offence – such as shoplifting – and you have been detained in custody, the arresting officer may give … Continue reading

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Refused bail? Why?

Refused bail in South Africa

Some of the grounds on which bail can be refused Arrest is a scary business. Even when someone does something they know to be illegal, they don’t expect to be arrested. Every criminal hopes to get away with the crime. … Continue reading

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Still no dignity for SA prisoners

Source: https://www.iol.co.za/sundayindependent/analysis/still-no-dignity-for-sa-prisoners-07e74424-777a-40e6-9d7d-576be03e7699 Written by Edwin Naidu Johannesburg – South African prisoners are nowhere near being given the human-rights friendly treatment aimed at setting them on a path to rehabilitation. Twenty-two years after Nelson Mandela said on June 25, 1998, that … Continue reading

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