The State v Shrien Prakash Dewani (A Tapestry Unravels)

The author, Brenda Wardle is at home with the setting of this brilliant work of non-fiction. Wardle, a Doctor of Laws student interrogating ‘The Presumption of Innocence and The Burden of Proof,’ in this book, delves beyond the obvious weighing the pros and cons of criminal trials which take place at different stages. Wardle examines the Section 105A Plea and Sentencing Agreements in the trial. More
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About Brenda Wardle

Brenda Wardle is a South African Doctor of Laws student. She is a prolific author - essayist and poet. Wardle has published books on high profile criminal cases including 'To Kill a Fragile Rose: The State's Case Against Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius" to mention but a few. Her genres span poetry, children's books, fiction and non-fiction. Wardle is Chief Operations Officer at the Wardle College of Law and is a legal analyst of international repute having been interviewed on Sky News by Jeremy Thompson, BBC by Karin Giannone, Fox News by South African Correspondent, Paul Tilsey, SABC by Dumile Mateza. Between 1st January 2017 and 8th April 2017 Wardle has published 15 titles. On the 1st May 2017 she will be publishing her latest book, The Verdict: The Legal Trials and Tribulations of President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma (As Politics and the Law, Converge).
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