J v S (1998) 2 All SA 267 (SCA)

Main Issue: Convicted on attempted rape and appealing on the basis of cautionary rule

Findings: Court dismissed appeal by reasoning that a case might call for a cautionary rule approach only where there was some evidential basis for suggesting that the evidence of the witness may be unreliable and not simply because the witness was a complainant of a sexual offence.

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