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More Bad News For Jason Rohde After This was Revealed To The Public

Cape Town - Convicted spouse executioner Jason Rohde will learn one week from now whether his Western Cape High Court application for an expansion of his bail, forthcoming his allure in the Constitutional Court in his bid to stay away from jail, has been effective or not. 

The High Court on Thursday delayed judgment on the make a difference to Thursday one week from now. 

Rohde, who is as of now temporarily free from jail and presently can't seem to go through a day in a correctional facility, had asked the Western Cape High Court to broaden his bail, forthcoming one more allure in the Constitutional Court. 

NPA representative Eric Ntabazalila has said the State will be restricting the bail application. Court papers show that one of the grounds on which the State is restricting bail is the way that Rohde has been sentenced for homicide. 

The State doesn't completely accept that Rohde has suggested a respectable viewpoint for a bail augmentation, and has additionally said that it would not be in light of a legitimate concern for equity to expand bail after the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) maintained his conviction. 


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In October the SCA excused Rohdes request against his conviction for the homicide and overcoming the finishes of equity, however diminished his sentence from 20 years detainment to 15. 

In that allure, which was heard by five adjudicators, Rohde asserted that the States examination of the measurable proof was not unbiased or exhaustive. 

The State likewise doesn't really accept that that Rohde will prevail with his application for pass on to interest the Constitutional Court.

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