Commentary on the Criminal Procedure Act, Volume 1
Juta, 1987 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 1300 pages
South African criminal law has undergone many changes since the introduction of the constitution. This text is a section-by-section commentary on the Criminal Procedure Act, which has frequent amendments.
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Sections 3193 and 384 of Act 56 of 1955
Prosecuting Authority 218 11112
Search Warrants Entering of Premises Seizure Forfeiture and Disposal of Prop erty Connected with Offences 1936 21217
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accused person accused's affidavit alleged Amendment Act ander appears Appellate Division assessors Attorney-General autrefois acquit bail application beskuldigde Bophuthatswana circumstances Ciskei committed common law competent confession considered conviction crime Criminal Procedure Act criminal proceedings cross-examination custody decided decision defence detention discretion document duty effect entitled explanation of plea fact failure functus officio further give evidence hearsay held Hiemstra identification parade inadmissible interim Constitution irregularity issue judge judicial officer jurisdiction legal representation legal representative magistrate's court matter Minister oath offence onus particular peace officer plea of guilty pleaded police official preparatory examination presiding officer presumption of innocence principle prison privilege proof prosecution prosecutor prove purpose question reasonable record referred refusal regard regional court relevant provisions respect right to silence rule SACR sentence similar fact evidence South African statement statutory submitted subpoena subsection supra Supreme Court testify thereof Transvaal warrant witness word