Asked by Ashley on 11-08-2020 04:05:49
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
I want to ask a question that is quite bothering me for a long time now.
I arrested my dad for domestic violence and violation of a protection order a year ago. The court found him guilty and he applied for bail.
I find that he wanted to balance everything out by getting a protection order against my mum for 4 times and was not granted.
Now he is stating I am raping my sister and sleeping with my mum, but for a thought why would he not mention that in his protection order for the 4 times it wasn't grant.
I want to ask what must I do to arrest him when he is attempting to open charges of rape
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 20-08-2020 01:04:10
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You can't get him arrested simply because he wants to open charges of rape. Opening a charge of rape is not a crime. Not unless it is proven to be false.
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