Bruce, David
September 2005
SA Crime Quarterly;Sep2005, Issue 13, p23
Academic Journal
A witness satisfaction survey among 450 witnesses at three magistrates' courts in Gauteng shows that witness intimidation and fear are more pervasive than is generally acknowledged. These problems require responses that go beyond the Witness Protection Programme which is intended to deal only with a small number of the most extreme cases of intimidation.


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