Asked by Eustaycia on 09-09-2020 18:05:49
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
Hi there can you please help me with something and give me clarity.my sister was convicted 2 times.a few months after she has been released she shoplifted again.she appeared in court and she have applied for bail but i think they declined the bail application,cause they send her back to jail and she will appear in court wednesday for plea.can you please tell me if she will be sentenced or what is going to happen with her will she get a fine or will she get a sentence.the other problem is we went to a pshychology foe help for her and we have the letter were she is asking them for a chance for her so that she can help her cause she thinks that she has psichiatery problem please give me advise on what to do and where to go to.eustaycia
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-09-2020 09:49:19
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If she is found guilty, she will either receive a suspended sentence or an actual jail sentence.
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