Timothy Omotoso's lawyer to appeal jurisdiction ruling
The Port Elizabeth High Court has upheld its ruling that it has jurisdiction over all charges faced by religious leader Timothy Omotoso and his co-accused.
Defence lawyer Peter Daubermann argued that only seven of the charges related to alleged offences in Port Elizabeth.
The Herald journalist Devon Koen gives an update.
She (the judge) upheld her ruling and said he does have the jurisdiction to hear all the charges.Devon Koen, Journalist - The Herald
Immediately after her ruling, Daubermann indicated to the court that they are going to bring an application for leave to appeal her decision.Devon Koen, Journalist - The Herald
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