SATURDAY PROFILE | Judge Dennis Davis: ‘To accuse the judiciary of being captured is outrageous’

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It is completely ‘outrageous’ to say that the judiciary is captured, long-serving and recently retired Judge Dennis Davis says. Davis speaks to News24 about how he believes those criticising the judiciary without evidence should be held in contempt of court, why the country is too lenient in granting appeals, and how his passion for law was born.   

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