Warrants necessary, Zuma hearing told

Staff Reporter

Search warrants and not subpoenas were necessary to obtain documents from African National Congress deputy president Jacob Zuma, the state argued in the Supreme Court of Appeal on Tuesday. Wim Trengove argued that the lesser means of a subpoena would cause a "high risk" of evidence being concealed or destroyed.

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