- A beautiful young candidate attorney recently shared online how she was able to win her first case
- In the post, the young lady explains how the proceeding in court went that led to her winning the case
- Many proud South Africans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post
A proud young South African candidate attorney recently shared with Facebook pae Varsity World how she was able to make her very first court victory. In the post, Nonkululeko Mnyani who is an attorney for Legal Aid, detailed how court proceedings played out in her and her client's favour.
"Day 3: Taking over a Criminal Court. Appearance: First Criminal Trial. After state closed it's case, I brought an Application in terms of S174 of the Criminal Procedure Act. Judgement: S174 Granted!. Meaning my client (accused) did not even have to testify, she was found not guilty based on State's failure to prove their case!
"Secured my first Acquittal 2021 Legal Aid South Africa. My clients call me Ms Mnyani " Candidate Attorney at Legal Aid South Africa," she wrote proudly in the post.
Very soon many proud locals wee taking to the comemnt section to share their thoughts on the highly inspirational post. Read a few of them below:
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations, Ms. Mnyani in becoming a Candidate Attorney at Legal Aid South Africa the Sky is the Limit!"
Phiwe Alucia Masango said:
"Yes wena mugel⚖️✊ CONGRATULATIONS ."
Kendrik Shea Butter said:
"Very inspiring sis"
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In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, hard work, determination, and believing in yourself can really take you to amazing places. A young lady, Prajna Hiralall, recently shared with Facebook page, Varsity World, how following her bliss resulted in her having her very first day in court as a candidate attorney.
In Prajna's heartwarming and motivational post, she also shares the exciting news that she has received a scholarship to pursue her Master's degree in the field of law - absolutely wonderful news for her.
"'My first Court Appearance - 02.03.2021 ⚖️⚖️ & I’ve received a Scholarship to pursue a Masters degree in Law! '- Prajna Hiralall, candidate attorney," Varsity World captioned the photo of her posing proudly in her black attorney robes.
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