Moon to ask court to drop charges

2012-06-27 08:59

Murder accused Golden Arrows soccer player Bryce Moon is expected to make a court application to have charges against him withdrawn.

Moon (27), would lodge the application in the Randburg Magistrates Court today, reported the Sowetan newspaper.

He faces charges of murder, alternatively attempted murder, drunken driving, alternatively driving while an excessive amount of alcohol was in his blood, and reckless and negligent driving, alternatively inconsiderate driving.

He allegedly hit and killed Sandton domestic worker Mavis Ncube in 2009.

He has argued in court that the State’s case was based on unreliable statements and witnesses.
 

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