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Henri van Breda's advocate's plan has worked like a charm, like clockwork, hasn't it? At the end of the trial phase in 2017, Henri's top dollar defense managed to drag out the trial just long enough for it not to be finalised before the end of the year. All along, Pieter Botha, Henri's advocate, was angling for precisely this outcome - to have a schism separating his client's testimony and the crucial final arguments. The schism is important to allow a kind of mind-numbing amnesia to develop, and that way, Botha could make sure his client's damaging losses on the stand could be softened. Softening the damages means a shorter sentence.