Physical evidence is the silent witness in criminal cases which is why it should not be contaminated and why the chain of custody is vital. Read our article published from p20 in Servamus: August 2021 to learn more about evidence and the story it tells.
The reconstruction of a crime scene is a vital step to give the court an idea of what happened at a crime scene. Our article published from p34 in Servamus: August 2021 explains what the process entails.
Various role-players from within the SAPS can help to provide specialised information about the scene, the victim and the suspect at a crime scene. Our article published from p23 in Servamus: August 2021 highlights these role-players.
Dudley Maharaj was born in Pietermaritzburg in 1936 and recently turned 85 years of age. He attended the St Anthony’s School in Retief Street and completed his secondary education at the old Woodlands Secondary School in Chota Motala Road (now the Forest High School).