The Supreme Court of Appeal have laid down a huge judgement this morning
Barry Roux is representing the blade runner at a court hearing to have his six-year jail term extended
Gerrie Nel’s calling it a day.
Pistorius changed clothes during a short break in court proceedings, showing his prosthetics before his defence asked him to remove those too.
Oscar Pistorius’ defence advocate Barry Roux doesn’t seem to think that OP will get a favourable ruling this time around, as he did with Judge Masipa.
As day five of Oscar’s sentencing meanders on, Barry Roux is putting it to you: don’t send Oscar to prison, rather let him serve the community in the spirit of Ubuntu.
Last week state prosecutor Gerrie Nel presented what he saw as 13 incongruities of Oscar Pistorius’s defence that showed he had lied in court. The murder accused’s lawyer Barry Roux then had his last chance to defend Pistorius in court before Judge Masipa retired to consider the case. She will read her verdict on Thursday 11 September.
As Oscar Pistorius returns from his forced holiday at Weskoppies, we examine the most exciting and interesting courtroom moments to date, well in time for Judge Thokozile Masipa’s verdict
The creator of the Barry Roux parody rap has recorded a new rap song, this time from prosecutor Gerrie Nel, who is currently cross-examining Oscar Pistorius in court.
Now that state prosecutor Gerrie Nel has the chance to cross-examine Oscar Pistorius, a much tougher side to the previously underestimated advocate has emerged. Meet the man tasked with tearing holes in the Paralympian’s testimony.
Defence barrister Barry Roux attempts to suggest Oscar Pistorius had good reason to fear burglars, as prosecutor Gerrie Nel wraps up states’s case against the athlete.
Barry Roux, the defence lawyer for Oscar Pistorius, has quickly garnered an international reputation because of his fearsome style of cross-examination. But there is also a softer side to the legal eagle…
Defence lawyer Barry Roux’s ruthless questioning style saw the first witness in the case tremble but surprisingly, remain steadfast in the version of her story of what she heard in the early hours of 14 February 2013.
As the world’s attention shifted from the Oscars in Hollywood to Oscar in court, we’ve compiled a list of the best moments at the onset of the trial