Trompie plays soccer for the Pirates. Du...

Asked by Faith on 23-04-2023 20:53:14
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to Eastern Cape

Trompie plays soccer for the Pirates. During one match against the Chieves, Trompie was playing a brilliant game. During the match trompie was kicked by zakes from chieves and trompie fell to the ground. Zakes kicks Trompie in the face while he was trying to get the ball from Trompie. Trompie is bleeding and needed to be carried out from the field. Trompie cannot play soccer for the rest of the season because of the injury he sustained during the match against the Chieves. Trompie wants to lay a charge of assault against zakes and come to see you in this regard. You are Tromples attorney. Advise Trompie on the possible success of the charge against zakes

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