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TR Sandah Federal Court Review — Abdul Fareed Gafoor
SEPTEMBER 21 — The Malaysian Bar views last week’s majority decision of the Federal Court in TR Sandah ak Tabau v Director of Forest, Sarawak (“2019 Federal Court review”) as a lost chance for...
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Kim Jong-Nam murder trial: Federal Court strikes out prosecution’s appeal
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today struck out the prosecution’s appeal against an order by the Court of Appeal to compel it to provide the defence in the murder trial of Kim Jong-nam (pix), with the...
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Federal Court strikes out prosecution’s appeal in Jong Nam trial
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today struck out the prosecution’s appeal against an order by the Court of Appeal to compel it to provide the defence in the murder trial of Kim Jong Nam, with the cauti...
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Sabah Law Society wants more judges with 'Bornean experience' to hear cases from Sabah, S'wak
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Law Society (SLS) wants to see more judges with Bornean experience hearing cases from Sabah and Sarawak, as they will show more empathy...
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Change the law on Sabah, Sarawak appeal cases, says lawyer
PETALING JAYA: A lawyer for Iban communities who lost a case over native customary rights has urged the Cabinet and Parliament to take action so that appeal cases from Sabah and Sarawak are heard by j...
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Sarawak PKR rep says court decision does not answer land rights issue
KUCHING:Batu Lintang assemblyman See Chee How said today he agreed with Works Minister Baru Bian that the Federal Court decision on native land has left unanswered the question of whether the Pemakai ...
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Iban communities lose bid to review ruling on native customs
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 12): The Federal Court yesterday rejected a bid by Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak to review its ruling that their native custom has no force of law in the state.
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Let judges familiar with Bornean matters hear appeals, says Sri Ram
PETALING JAYA: A retired judge has urged the governments of Sabah and Sarawak to convince Putrajaya to amend the Courts of Judicature Act to ensure that at least two judges with experience in matters ...
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Appeal for review of native land rights ruling rejected
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court dismissed an application by a group of Sarawakians to review a 2016 decision over native customary land rights.
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Baru saddened by outcome of Iban native rights case
Works Minister Baru Bian has expressed his deep disappointment with the decision of the Federal Court to dismiss an application by Iban communities from two Sarawak villages to review a ruling that th...
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Iban groups lose bid to review native customs' force of law in S'wak
Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Two Iban communities from Sarawak fail in native custom review bid
PUTRAJAYA: Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court’s ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Iban communities lose bid to review Federal Court ruling that their native custom has no force of law in S'wak
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of...
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Iban communities lose bid to review ruling on native customs
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today rejected a bid by Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak to review its ruling that their native custom has no force of law in the state.
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Iban communities lose bid to review Federal Court ruling that their native...
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 11): Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Iban communities fail in bid to challenge Federal Court's ruling on native customary rights
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 11 — Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court’s ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Decision on legal recognition of NCR land in S’wak to be delivered tomorrow
KUCHING: A full bench of the Federal Court in Putrajaya will be delivering a decision on the applications to review its judgement on a case involving the legal recognition of native customary rights (...
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Govt remains defendant in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 4): The government will remain as a defendant in the RM100 million civil suit filed by the family of the late Altantuya Shaariibui following her grisly murder 13 years ago.
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Gov’t fails to get leave to appeal, remains as defendant in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA: The government will remain as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by the family of deceased Mongolian model, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
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Govt remains defendant in Altantuya family’s suit, apex court rules
PUTRAJAYA: The government will remain as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by the family of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu, after the Federal Court dismissed the government’s application to app...
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Govt fails to get leave to appeal, remains as defendant in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The government will remain as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by the family of deceased Mongolian model, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
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Govt fails to get leave to appeal, remains as defendant in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 4 — The government will remain as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by the family of deceased Mongolian model, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
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Govt remains defendant in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 4): The government will remain as a defendant in the RM100 million civil suit filed by the family of the late Altantuya Shaariibui following her grisly murder 13 years ago.
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Defeated PKR candidate can appeal in any High Court in Malaya, court rules
PUTRAJAYA: Khairuddin Abu Hassan, the defeated PKR candidate in the Jasin parliamentary seat in Malacca in last year’s general election, is entitled to file his action against the election results i...
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Federal Court to discuss vicarious liability in Altantuya lawsuit
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 22): The Federal Court has set Sept 4 for counsel representing the government and the family of a murdered Mongolian model to further address the issue of vicarious liability in a law...
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Federal Court to discuss vicarious liability in Altantuya lawsuit
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has set Sept 4 for counsel representing the government and the family of a murdered Mongolian to further address the issue of vicarious liability in a lawsuit brought by t...
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Federal Court to discuss vicarious liability in Altantuya lawsuit on Sept 4
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 22): The Federal Court has set Sept 4 for counsel representing the government and the family of a murdered Mongolian model to further address the issue of vicarious liability in a lawsu...
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Court to discuss vicarious liability in Altantuya suit
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has set Sept 4 for counsel representing the government and the family of a murdered Mongolian model to further address the issue of vicarious liability in a lawsuit brough...
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Federal Court sets Sept 4 to address vicarious liability in Altantuya lawsuit
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Federal Court has set Sept 4 for counsel representing the Government and the family of murdered Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu to further address the issue of vicarious liability in a lawsuit brought by the family.
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Govt wants Federal Court to determine 4 legal questions in lawsuit by Altantuya’s family
PUTRAJAYA: The government wants the Federal Court to determine the legal question of whether it is liable in tort (wrongful act) under the Government Proceedings Act 1956 when a public officer commits...
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Gov’t wants Federal Court to determine legal questions in lawsuit by Altantuya’s family
PUTRAJAYA: The government wants the Federal Court to determine the legal question of whether it (the government) will be liable in tort under the Government Proceedings Act 1956 when a public officer ...
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Govt wants Federal Court to determine four legal questions in lawsuit by Altantuya’s family
PUTRAJAYA, Aug 20 — The government wants the Federal Court to determine the legal question of whether it (the government) will be liable in tort under the Government Proceedings Act 1956 when a publ...
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Najib fails in final appeal to postpone 1MDB trial
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has dismissed the final appeal by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to postpone his 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) trial scheduled for Aug 19, saying there is “no reason to intervene”.
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Najib fails in final appeal to postpone 1MDB trial
PUTRAJAYA: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) failed in his final appeal at the Federal Court here today to postpone his 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) trial scheduled for A...
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Strike three as apex court dismisses Najib's appeal to postpone 1MDB hearing
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 13): Datuk Seri Najib Razak's bid to postpone the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) from beginning next Monday (Aug 19) was dismissed by the Federal Court today.
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Najib fails in final appeal to postpone 1MDB trial
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has failed in his final appeal at the Federal Court to postpone his 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) trial scheduled for Aug 19.
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Najib fails in final appeal to postpone 1MDB trial
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak – File photo PUTRAJAYA: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak failed in his final appeal at the Federal Court here today to postpone his 1Malaysia Development ...
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Najib fails in final bid to stall 1MDB trial
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today dismissed Najib Razak’s final appeal to adjourn his 1MDB trial, scheduled to begin on Aug 19, pending the ongoing SRC International Sdn Bhd case.
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Strike three as apex court dismisses Najib's appeal to postpone 1MDB hearing
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 13): Datuk Seri Najib Razak's bid to postpone the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) from beginning next Monday (Aug 19) was dismissed by the Federal Court today.
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Sri Ram can continue to lead prosecution team in Najib’s 1MDB case
PUTRAJAYA: Former Federal Court judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram can continue to lead the prosecution team as senior deputy public prosecutor in Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s 1Malaysia Development Bh...
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Sri Ram can continue to lead prosecution team in Najib’s 1MDB case
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak – Bernama file photo PUTRAJAYA: Former Federal Court judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram can continue to lead the prosecution team as senior deputy public prosecutor in Datuk ...
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Gopal Sri Ram will continue to lead prosecution in Najib's 1MDB case
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 7): Former federal court judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram (pictured) will continue to lead the prosecution as senior deputy public prosecutor (DPP) in ex-prime minister Datuk Seri Najib R...
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Najib fails in final bid to remove Sri Ram as 1MDB prosecutor following apex court ruling
PUTRAJAYA, August 7 — In a unanimous ruling, the Federal Court today rejected Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s last attempt to remove former judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram as the lead prosecutor in his 1M...
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Federal Court allows appeal over decision declaring DAP rep's disqualification as unlawful
KUCHING: The Federal Court has granted leave to the Sarawak Speaker, state legislative assembly and Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh to appeal against the decision that the state legislature's disqualification of DAP's Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon was unlawful
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Apex court grants leave for appeal against Dr Ting’s status as Pujut rep
Asfia (third left) having a discussion with lawyers before the Federal Court hearing.
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Only judges in office can pronounce written judgments, apex court rules
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court, in a review of a tenancy dispute, has ruled that a reserved judgment can only be delivered by apex court judges who are still in office.
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Malawian beats drug charge after prosecutors fail to challenge claim she mistakenly took bag with 1.8kg of meth
PUTRAJAYA, July 17 — After six years in prison, a Malawian woman was set free by the Federal Court today on a charge of trafficking 1775.4g of methamphetamine.
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Lim Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix) leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation suit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation suit against Perkasa and two others.
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Lim Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA (July 11): The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation suit against Perkasa
The Federal Court today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng granted leave to appeal defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA, July 11 — The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Chinese national spared gallows, jailed 17 years for drug possession
PUTRAJAYA: A Chinese national was spared the gallows after the Federal Court here today reduced her charge from trafficking in 1,529.7g of methamphetamine to possession of the drug.
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WWF-Malaysia lauds guideline for sentencing wildlife crimes in Sabah
KUDAT: The implementation of a guideline for sentencing wildlife crime - the first of its kind in Malaysia - will allow courts in Sabah to conduct related cases in a fair and consistent manner.
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Court upholds couple’s 20-year jail sentence
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here upheld the 20-year jail term imposed on an elderly couple for causing the death of their Indo­ne­sian maid in 2011.
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Court upholds couple's 20-year jail term for maid's death
The Federal Court here today upheld the 20 years’ jail term imposed on an elderly couple for causing the death of their Indonesian maid in 2011.
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Court upholds 20-year jail term on couple for causing maid's death
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Federal Court here on Thursday (June 20) upheld the 20 years’ jail term imposed on an elderly couple for causing the death of their Indonesian maid in 2011.
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Court upholds PJ couple’s 20-year jail term for causing maid’s death
PUTRAJAYA, June 20 — The Federal Court here today upheld the 20 years’ jail term imposed on an elderly couple for causing the death of their Indonesian maid in 2011.
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Ensure justice is done, judicial commissioners told
PUTRAJAYA: Newly appointed Chief Justice Datuk Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat issued a firm reminder to judicial commissioners, saying that they should deal with cases with independence, impartiality and efficiency.
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New CJ reminds judicial commissioners: Justice must not only be done, it must be seen to be done
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Newly-appointed Chief Justice Datuk Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat Friday (May 3) issued a firm reminder to judicial commissioners on their oath of office.
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New chief justice reminds judicial commissioners of their oath
PUTRAJAYA, May 3 — Newly appointed Chief Justice Datuk Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat today issued a firm reminder to judicial commissioners on their oath of office.
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Remember your judicial oath, new CJ reminds probationary judges
PETALING JAYA: New Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat today reminded 11 new judicial commissioners to always remember their oath of office in carrying out their judicial functions.
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Elevate CJ of Sabah, Sarawak to CJ of Malaya, says ex-judge
PETALING JAYA: A retired judge has proposed that the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) look into elevating the current chief judge of Sabah and Sarawak to chief judge of Malaya.
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Court dismisses Najib’s three appeals
PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Razak once again failed in his attempt to obtain a gag order to prevent the media and public from discussing the merits of his case and to get additional documents to prepare for his defence.
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Federal Court rules Bank Negara SAC findings binding on Civil Courts
PUTRAJAYA, April 10 — The Federal Court in a 5-4 majority decision held that Bank Negara Malaysia’s Shariah Advisory Council’s (SAC) findings on Islamic finance is binding on Civil Courts.
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First 'super Bench' of nine judges decides Bank Negara council supercedes civil courts on syariah matters
PUTRAJAYA: In an unprecedented move, a nine-man Federal Court Bench handed down a landmark majority judgment that any decision by Bank Negara's Syariah Advisory Council (SAC) on Islamic finance is constitutional and binding on civil courts even though the Council is not a judicial body.
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Najib loses four appeals, including gag order bid on RM42m SRC trial
PUTRAJAYA, April 10 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak today lost in four appeals linked to his trial over RM42 million of former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd.
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‘From Courtroom to Classroom’ programme instils legislative knowledge in school kids
PUTRAJAYA, April 8 — Secondary school students throughout the country will get an early understanding of the legislative system through the ‘From Courtroom to Classroom’ programme.
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Apex court to rule on Najib’s appeals, including gag order bid next Wednesday
PUTRAJAYA, April 5 — The Federal Court will deliver next Wednesday its decision on Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s appeals from his trial over RM42 million of former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) s...
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Federal Court upholds ruling clearing lawyer Cecil Abraham of misconduct
PUTRAJAYA, March 29 — The Federal Court today upheld the decision of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board (DB) and two lower courts, clearing lawyer Tan Sri Cecil Abraham of professional ...
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Disciplinary board's decision clearing lawyer of misconduct upheld
The Federal Court today upheld the decision of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board and two lower courts clearing lawyer Cecil Abraham of professional misconduct.
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Federal Court frees late Karpal Singh from sedition charge
PUTRAJAYA: Almost five years after his death, the Federal Court acquitted the late Karpal Singh of a sedition charge, for allegedly questioning the late Sultan of Perak’s action as relating to the P...
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Bar Council fails in bid to find Cecil Abraham guilty of misconduct
PUTRAJAYA (March 29): The Bar Council today failed again in its appeal to find a senior lawyer Tan Sri Cecil Abraham guilty of professional misconduct, in relation to the second statutory declaration ...
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Karpal Singh freed of sedition charge
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today acquitted the late Karpal Singh of a sedition charge for an offence allegedly committed 10 years ago.
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Federal Court posthumously acquits Karpal Singh of sedition (VIDEO)
PUTRAJAYA, March 29 — The Federal Court today unanimously acquitted late DAP leader Karpal Singh of sedition after finding a serious miscarriage of justice in his case over a 2009 remark on the Pera...
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Apex court affirms no misconduct by senior lawyer Cecil Abraham
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today affirmed the findings of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board (DB) and two lower courts clearing senior lawyer Cecil Abraham of professional misconduct.
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Yusof Haslam and two others win appeal in ‘Aku Bohsia’ copyright suit
PUTRAJAYA: Local film producer Datuk Yusof Haslam and two others won in their appeal over the Court of Appeal’s decision on the copyright infringement of a novel titled “Aku Bohsia” filed agains...
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Federal court lifts stay in Najib’s SRC International case
PUTRAJAYA: The trial of former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s corruption cases involving SRC International Sdn Bhd funds may start soon at the High Court.
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Yusof Haslam and two others win appeal in ‘Aku Bohsia’ copyright suit
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Local film producer Datuk Yusof Haslam and two others won in their appeal over the Court of Appeal's decision on the copyright infringement of a novel titled “Aku Bohsia” filed against them by a novelist.
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Federal Court lifts stay in Najib's RM42m case
KUALA LUMPUR, March 27 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s case over RM42 million belonging to former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) unit SRC International Sdn Bhd may proceed in the High Court, the F...
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Ex-aides of former Selangor MB Khalid get leave to appeal
PUTRAJAYA (March 25): Two ex-aides of former Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim can appeal to the Federal Court against the appellate court's decision that ordered them to return to S...
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Malaysian Bar wants lawyers to help appoint judges
KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — Malaysia’s three legal associations should join the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) to help select superior court judges, the Malaysian Bar said today.
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E-review, video conferencing to facilitate efficient management of court cases
KUALA LUMPUR: With the implementation of e-Review and video conferencing services, the lawyers and stake holders will now be able to manage their cases easier, faster and more efficient, says Minister...
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Chief Justice Malanjum to retire next month, search on for successor
KUALA LUMPUR (March 7): As Chief Justice Tan Sri Richard Malanjum is expected to retire next month on April 12, the Government's search for his successor to hold the top judicial post has begun.
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16 Ex-Umno members get leave to appeal
PUTRAJAYA: Sixteen former Umno members were today granted leave to appeal to the Federal Court against the High Court and Court of Appeal’s dismissal of their bid for leave to initiate a judicial re...
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Ex-Umno men granted appeal against dismissal to challenge party’s legality
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 21 — Sixteen former Umno were today granted leave to appeal to the Federal Court against the High Court and Court of Appeal's dismissal of their bid for leave to initiate a judicial ...
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Ex-Umno members win bid to question party’s legality
PUTRAJAYA: Sixteen former Umno members won the right to question the party’s legality today following its failure to hold elections within the stipulated time frame.
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Court to hear petitions to challenge BN victories in Kimanis, Sipitang
KOTA KINABALU: The election petitions for Sabah’s Kimanis and Sipitang parliamentary seats won by Barisan Nasional (BN) in the 14th general election have been fixed for mention at the High Court her...
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Three more by-elections may be on the cards
PUTRAJAYA: Three more by-elections may come our way after the Federal Court sent three more election petitions back for trial – the Kimanis and Sipitang parliamentary seats, which are occupied by Datuk Seri Anifah Aman and his nephew Yamani Hafez Musa respectively, and Jasin, which is held by Barisan Nasional MP Datuk Seri Ahmad Hamzah.
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Federal Court allows petitions against Kimanis, Sipitang polls results
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today ordered a trial for election petitions challenging the results of Sabah’s Kimanis and Sipitang parliamentary seats where Barisan Nasional (BN) candidates had emerg...
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By-election ordered for Rantau
PUTRAJAYA: A by-election will be held for the Rantau state seat in Negeri Sembilan, following the Federal Court’s unanimous decision to affirm the ruling of the Election Court last November.
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Federal Court sets aside verdict from former judge
PUTRAJAYA: In a rare occasion, the Federal Court has set aside a judgment it delivered last year on a tenancy dispute, on grounds that the verdict came from a former judge.
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Federal Court rejects applications of 16 charged under Sosma
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today dismissed as academic an application to the court on the constitutional merits of the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).
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Dancing with lawyers: Richard and Tommy do the twist
Some groups and individuals have gone into a song and dance about the gala dinner held in conjunction with what is known as the Opening of the Legal Year 2019 in Kota Kinabalu last Friday.
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Fine to dance but why go up on stage, asks Muslim lawyers’ group
PETALING JAYA: The Muslim Lawyers Association of Malaysia (PPMM) today said there is nothing wrong with the trademark dancing at the Opening of the Legal Year (OLY) 2019, but asked why the chief justi...
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No referendum on death penalty abolition, says Liew
The government will not hold a referendum in deciding to abolish the death penalty, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Liew Vui Keong said.
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Judicial commission to discuss appointments of top judges
PUTRAJAYA: The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) will discuss succession plans in the judiciary as seven Federal Court judges are retiring this year, Chief Justice Richard Malanjum said.
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DOJ training not due to high profile cases: CJ
PUTRAJAYA : Chief Justice Tan Sri Richard Malanjum explained that the training of Malaysian judges and judicial officers by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) was not due to the high profil...
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VK Lingam fails to set aside conviction, sentence for contempt
PUTRAJAYA: Former lawyer VK Lingam today failed to set aside his six-month jail term for contempt of court for citing plagiarism in a 2012 Federal Court judgment.
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Bar to join Legal Year 2019 proceedings after last year’s snub
PETALING JAYA: After giving last year’s Opening of the Legal Year (OLY) event a miss due to conflict with the judiciary over the appointment of two top judges beyond their retirement age, the Malays...
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