I can't say I am overly excited when I see the heads of arguments in the hit and run case. It might well go the way of Plaintiff's but on reading the heads I would not be sure it won't be without tears. One can't help but feel that the profession should have joined in on this one and led evidence, how for example, at the Rosebank Police Station in the middle of Johannesburg you can't even force the Police to take hit and run affidavits most of the time.
The Defendant attorneys, who incidentally are based in Rosebank also, denied that this is in fact the case. I guess when you defend matters perhaps it is the fraud you see and when you represent client's its the shocking real experiences of clients turned away, even attorneys ignored etc.