Justice delayed

Justice delayed

"He was my attorney, but I just wasn't too happy about him collecting money from my clients."

Uncertainty surrounds the future of acting judge of the high court, and top Rugby Union disciplinary chief, Nape Dolamo. This follows a Law Society investigation into R100 000 paid into his attorney firm’s trust account.

The 53-year-old attorney is one of the new breed of acting judges brought in as part of the transformation of the judiciary. Previously only senior advocates were allowed to sit on the high court bench.

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Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2010-12-28 21:51:02
I wonder what the acting judge would sentence a man for stealing money from a trust account?

Editor's Note
Probably curse the Trust owners and let the thief fly off to Australia or Canada... remember Barry Tannenbaum (Nose116-) and the De Witts of KZN's Dream Centre (Nose114)


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