Only a few people know what their rights are, luckily we do. You are entitled to legal advice and assistance from one of our attorneys and you don’t have to stay in jail. We can help you to get released on bail.
Driving under the influence or occupying a driver’s seat of a vehicle with the engine running on a public road with your blood alcohol content over the legal limit, is a criminal offence. It is not only important to know what your rights are, but also what the procedure is and what to expect from the moment that you are pulled over to the moment that you appear in court.
Drug possession or dealing with drugs is considered a serious crime in South Africa. If you are not represented properly, you run a big risk of being given a harsh sentence. We can assist you with your drug charges, give expert legal advice and mitigate the situation for the best outcome.
MURDER AND ATTEMPTED MURDER
Have you been charged with murder or attempted murder? This is seen as a very serious offense in South Africa and it is not taken lightly by the court or the state. Should you not receive proper legal assistance you can face several life sentences. We believe that each client has the right to be treated with the utmost care and have their matter taken seriously.
UNLAWFUL ARREST CLAIMS
If you have been unlawfully arrested or detained by a member of the police you may institute a claim for monetary remuneration. We are experts who know the law inside out. Get in touch with one of our criminal law attorneys to advise, assist or represent you.
SAPS CLEARANCE RECORDS OR POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE
A police clearance certificate is an official document issued by the Criminal Record and Crime Scene Management which provides information to see whether you have any criminal convictions on your name. A police clearance certificate is usually needed when you want to emigrate, travel, work abroad or for when a prospective employer requests a certificate prior to appointing you.
The well-known South African criminal law jurist, C R Snyman, explains fraud as “…the unlawful and intentional making of a misrepresentation which causes actual prejudice or which is potentially prejudicial to another.
Fraud is seen with a very serious offense in South Africa. The court can impose an extremely harsh sentence if you are not represented by attorneys who are experts in criminal law.