State v Tong. Admission of Guilt Case, WCHC 2012

By |Published On: September 18th, 2012|

 

The Case of The State v Tong in the SA Western Cape High Court is of interest to all of you who signed an admission of guilt form at the police station.
Chances are, you had no idea of the repercussions that occurred on signing. The police don’t tell you the whole story and all you want to do is get out of the jail cell and get on with your life.
Calvin Tong has no idea his signature would give him a criminal record. Try getting a job or a visa with a criminal record.
Mr Tong fought and he won…….

Download and read the Court’s statements here: State v Tong (pdf 500kb)

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  1. dmaine December 8, 2017 at 1:49 pm - Reply

    i was caught with 5grams of cannibus just a bankie and got arested and they made me sign nw i got a record because of 5 grams its obly one bankie and i am a rasta i have to offer. fire burn die babylon

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