My husband was arrested last year Decemb...

Asked by Anonymous on 19-04-2023 16:22:02
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to Gauteng

My husband was arrested last year December cops took him saying his being arrested for not appearing in court in 2017 he was charged with possession of drug he went to court on the 11th of December 2023 On the 22nd bail applications but bail was question is how is it possible that his being arrested for warranty of arrest because he was out on bail failed to appear then grant him bail again later detention him saying bail is being cancelled the police never came looking for him all this year's magistrate saying he wants proof why he never came to court he was shot in 2021 he still needs medical treatment gave them his medical file but they say it's not enough...he became disable due to his injury I want to know how is it possible for a 2017 case to resurf now and the charges are being changed to possession to Dealing 

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