Radovan Krejcir’s application for leave to appeal has been postponed due to his lawyer Cliff Alexander needing time to launch the application for leave to appeal.
Krejcir was sentenced to 35 years for attempted murder, kidnapping and drug dealing on Tuesday at the South Gauteng High Court.
Stephen Grootes on Wednesday spoke to Alexander about why he feels his client was treated unfairly.
Not one of those consultations would be compliant with the Constitution. There’s always someone standing by and officials read documents before handing them to Mr Krejcir. There are Constitutional issues at play here.— Cliff Alexander, Attorney at Montana Alexander Attorneys
Listen to the conversation below:
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