Legalisation Hearings in WCHC

By |Published On: December 5th, 2015|

Leader of the Dagga Party of South Africa, Jeremy Acton with co plaintiff Ras. Gareth Prince and 18 others, present a case to have the prohibition of dagga declared unconstitutional in the Western Cape High Court. Judge Dennis Davis suggests the applicants approach expert witnesses to bolster their case and postponed the matter to give the applicants time to produce supporting argument. The judge said they had only submitted a series of articles, which was not admissible because it lacked expertise. The matter will be heard before a full bench of the High Court in 2016.

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  1. Candice May 4, 2016 at 8:40 am - Reply

    I would just like to say, That look at the difference between a dagga user, and a more hectic user of heroine, coke etc….
    A dagga user can still function as normally as everyone else who doesn’t use anything!!But those that use the heavier stuff, lose everything in their lives because they become so dependent on it and all they can think about is when (as soon as in right now) is the next hit and are willing to do anything, steal, murder you name it, just to get it!
    I personally think there should be more dagga users in this country, It would be a much HAPPIER place!!

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