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  • Terblanche, SS (Juta, 2008-12)
    One of the recommendations in a report by the South African Law Reform Commission on reform of sentencing (2000) was that the method of determination of the amount of fines, as a form of sentence for criminal activities, ...
  • Deane, Tameshnie (South african Society of Legal Historians, 2009)
    In both the United States of America and South Africa, issues of segregation and discrimination are not new. In these matters, both countries have a similar history as both experienced government-sanctioned racial ...
  • Terblanche, SS (Juta, 2011)
    The extent to which previous convictions should influence the sentence of an offender is unclear and, in South Africa, not based on clear principle. Although most people feel instinctively that an increased sentence is ...
  • Terblanche, SS (Juta & Co Ltd, 2011)
    The article contains a systematic discussion of all noteworthy judgments dealing with issues related to sentencing. It assesses these judgments against the background of applicable law, and attempts to make a contribution ...
  • Terblanche, SS (The Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law, 2011-03-01)
    This article compares the legal principles governing the sentencing of murderers in terms of the laws applicable in South Africa, Botswana and Germany. Considerable differences in the typical sentences are noted, ranging ...
  • Terblanche, S.S. (North West University, 2012)
    Sentences for young offenders have for many decades been at least somewhat more lenient than those for adults. When called upon to specifically address the issue, our courts have often acknowledged that young offenders ...
  • Terblanche, SS (Lexis Nexis, 2013-02)
    It is generally accepted that sentencing is a particularly difficult part of the criminal process. Judicial discretion has an important role in sentencing. Several legal principles have been developed to guide the discretion. ...
  • Terblanche, S S (Northwest University, 2013-04)
    In this contribution a number of procedural issues related to sentencing of child offenders, and emanating from the Child Justice Act 75 of 2008, is considered in some detail. As a general rule, the Act requires pre-sentence ...

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