Judge slates top PE lawyer for lies and sloth.


Judge slates top PE lawyer for lies and sloth.

Two vulnerable children didn’t get the compensation they needed due to the lamentable conduct of their legal adviser, a  high-profile Port Elizabeth attorney, Nosidima Doris Ndlovu. She has landed in hot water for signing a false affidavit in an effort to shore up her bill – after managing to drag out a simple Road Accident Fund (RAF) case.

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Submitted by : Barry Midgley of DURBAN on 2013-02-04 13:33:08
Has the world gone mad - they have suffered for 11 years so why not suffer some more. By the fact that the RAF have offered a settlement the Judge could apply a little common sense as to the quantum of the offer and see justice is done. As to the lawyer why was she not taken into custody immediately? Is perjury not a serious offence?
 
Submitted by : Pete Swanepoel of MONTCLAIR on 2013-01-30 14:06:26
Now we wait with bated breath to see if "referral to the Law Society and the Director of Public Prosecutions" means anything, or if "connectedness" and a discreet donation to the ANC can still "sort things out".
 
Submitted by : David Edwards on 2013-01-24 11:11:37
Go Chetty! About time the judges in this country start ciming down on crooked and corrupt attorneys!

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