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Jaca to learn his fate
Ndumiso Jaca will today find out whether charges against him will be dropped.
PRETORIA - Suspended Tshwane metro police deputy chief Ndumiso Jaca is expected to find out on Thursday whether all charges against him will be dropped.
Jaca is currently facing criminal charges including charges of fraud and has been suspended for a year so far.
The charges are the result of an Eyewitness News investigation which showed he was driving an unregistered, unlicenced car fitted with false number plates.
Jaca's lawyer Andre Steenkamp is expected to wrap up his argument before magistrate Graham Travers makes his ruling.
Steenkamp has already told the court his client was prejudiced because of the state's refusal to fully disclose particulars related to the case.
He said Jaca's rights have been further undermined because of the extensive delays in proceedings.
The former top cop faces 11 charges in total.
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