Corruption Lawyers Cape Town
Corruption Lawyers in Cape Town, South Africa
We are criminal lawyers in Cape Town. We are experts in Corruption cases and practise in the greater Cape Town. We can assist anytime. Call 072 604 5324 All hours for our expert assistance with your Corruption case.
Are you in need of legal help with a Corruption case? Are you being accused of Corruption? Have you been arrested for Corruption? Have you been charged with Corruption?
Regardless which transgression you face in terms of the Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of 2004, We can assist you with your corupption matter. We can obtain bail for yourself, a family member or friend on their corruption case.
We assist with trials on charges relating to the Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of 2004 and give expert legal advice on corruption cases.
Kindly call us at the abovementioned emergency number and we will get right on it.
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What is corruption?
Section 3 of Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of 2004 contains the formulation of the general crime of corruption. The section reads as follows:
Any person who, directly or indirectly –
(a) accepts or agrees or offers to accept* any gratification* from any other person, whether for the benefit of himself or herself or for the benefit of another person; or
(b) gives* or agrees or offers to give to any other person any gratification, whether for the benefit of that other person or for the benefit of another person in order to act, personally or by influencing another person so to act, in a manner –
(i) that amounts to the –
(aa) illegal, dishonest, unauthorised, incomplete, or biased; or
(bb) misuse or selling of information or material acquired in the course of the,
exercise, carrying out or performance of any powers, duties or functions arising out of a constitutional, statutory, contractual or any other legal obligation;
(ii) that amounts to –
(aa) the abuse of a position of authority;
(bb) a breach of trust; or
(cc) the violation of a legal duty or a set of rules,
(iii) designed to achieve an unjustified result; or
(iv) that amounts to any other unauthorised or improper inducement to do or not to do anything,
is guilty of the offence of corruption.