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King Dalindyebo asks courts to reopen his trial - Times LIVE

24.12.15

King Dalindyebo asks courts to reopen his trial - Times LIVE: “The minister is currently considering the petition and will respond as soon as all the necessary assessment has been done‚” the department said in a statement.

The law provides for a petition to be submitted to the minister when a person has exhausted all legal avenues and has been unsuccessful in the country’s courts.

It is‚ however‚ only applicable if there is new evidence that has since surfaced that might affect a conviction.

The king's last attempt to fight his criminal convictions and sentence failed when he Constitutional Court dismissed his application for leave to appeal to that court on December 2.


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