Criminal Justice

Appointments to the Supreme Court Bench
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

It is announced that the President of the Republic of Singapore, on the advice of the Prime Minister has appointed Mr Tan Puay Boon, Ms Mavis Chionh, and Mr Ang Cheng Hock as Judicial Commissioners of the Supreme Court of Singapore under Article 95(4) (a) of Read More

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Couple fined $9000 for giving false address and lying to police officer to enroll their child in a popular school in Bishan
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

A couple was fined $9,000 for giving a false residential address in order to enroll their child into a popular school in the Bishan area. The parents cannot be named to protect the identity of their child. The child’s mother, 36, was fined S$5,000 for Read More

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Petition supporting Jolovan hits 4915 signatures, delivered
By Kenneth Lin Published on by Kenneth Lin 0

The petition in support of Jolovan Wham, the activist who got slapped with 7 charges relating to organising public assemblies, has been delivered to the Prime Minister and Attorney General in both email and physical copy. Titled, “Drop charges against Jolovan Wham; Protect Read More

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Logistics company director sentenced to 40 months’ imprisonment and $8.7 million fine for dealing with duty unpaid cigarettes
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

Singapore Customs (SC) has announced that a logistics company director, Iskandar Bin Abu Bakar, 44, was sentenced by the State Courts on Monday (15 January) to 40 months’ imprisonment and a fine of $8.7 million, or in default 20 months’ imprisonment, for dealing Read More

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More arrested for oil heist and additional charges filed
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

The authorities have earlier brought additional charges on Monday (15 January) against nine Singaporeans who were behind the multimillion-dollar fuel oil heist at Shell’s Pulau Bukom refinery. According to Today Online, there were more suspects who have been arrested in relation to the case, Read More

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What happened to the investigation on corruption at Ang Mo Kio town council?
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

More than a year has passed since the news broke on 30 Dec 2016 about the removal of the general manager and secretary of Ang Mo Kio Town Council (AMKTC), Mr Victor Wong Chee Meng from his duties and him being placed under investigation by Read More

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Singaporean man turns himself in after 21 years on the run
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

A Singaporean man, Tan Say Wee, 46, turned himself in after 21 years on the run and was convicted of four counts of committing forgery for the purpose of cheating, and another four counts of taking part in a conspiracy to commit such crimes, Read More

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26 women investigated in suspected involvement in vice-related activities in unlicensed massage establishments
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

Singapore Police Force (SPF) has announced that it has arrested a total of 26 women aged between 24 and 40 are being investigated by the Police for their suspected involvement in vice-related activities in unlicensed massage establishments following an operation on Friday (5 January) Read More

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SDP to former Minister and Keppel’s Board Chair Lee Boon Yang: Resign
By Kenneth Lin Published on by Kenneth Lin 0

The SDP has released a statement expressing disbelief and skepticism that the board of directors of Keppel did not know about the bribes that were paid in Brazil. “If this is the case, then the entire board should resign for dereliction of duty because overseeing Read More

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Lawyers for Li Shengwu contest order by AGC to serve papers outside of Singapore
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

The lawyers of Mr Li Shengwu, Mr Abraham Vergis and Ms Asiyah Arif of Providence Law, have stated that an order by the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) to personally serve him papers outside of Singapore for contempt of court cannot be considered valid. This Read More

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