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Criminal Lawyers & Bail Applications

We have a strong criminal law department which provide all professional criminal defence services and specialise in the following areas:

  • Bail applications
  • After hour Bail applications
  • Defense representation in all courts
  • Trial litigation and management
  • Expunging of criminal records
  • Opinions
  • Diversion to community service
  • Wrongful arrest

Bailey Haynes Inc. - Criminal Lawyers Cape Town

Contact Bailey Haynes Criminal Attorneys in Cape Town for legal assistance.

 

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Avoiding a Criminal Record with Diversion - 1st Time Offenders

Have you been arrested and charged with a criminal offence? Are you a minor or a young adult?  Scared that you have made a mistake that will haunt you for the rest of your life? 

You may have reason to feel optimistic!

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Views: 1308


 

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Is Cannabis Legal in SA? Our Attorneys in Cape Town Explain

“One in every fourteen people are regular users” of cannabis in South Africa as reported by the United Nations World Drug Report of 2014.

The prohibition of cannabis can be backtracked as far as 1908 when the first law prohibiting the sale of cannabis was put into motion.

Thereafter, several laws were enacted prohibiting the use of cannabis. Presently, the most well-known Acts which prohibit cannabis are the Drug Trafficking Act and Medicines Control Act.

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Views: 3867


 

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Bail in South Africa - Criminal Attorneys Cape Town

In any court case when a person is arrested, the accused person remains to be presumed not guilty until the court finds such person guilty. In our law no one may be detained without trial. If an accused is arrested, he or she is normally kept in prison or the police cells till the trial is finalised to ensure the presence of the accused at court.

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 Views: 1915