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Edmund Bon’s 112 Statement to the Police

Edmund Bon’s 112 Statement to the Police

Continuing the sedition onslaught, here is Edmund’s reply to the sedition allegations.

Kalimah Allah Federal Court Judgment

Kalimah Allah Federal Court Judgment

The grounds of appeal of the Federal Court We had previously uploaded the Grounds of Judgment of the Court of Appeal here. Today, about two weeks after delivering its decision on 24th June 2014, the Federal Court has released the Grounds of Judgment of the specially enlarged panel of 7 Judges who heard and dismissed [...]

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‘Allah’ Case: Applicant’s Outline Submissions and Leave Questions

‘Allah’ Case: Applicant’s Outline Submissions and Leave Questions

The 50-page PDF Outline Submissions and Leave Questions

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What I Said About Election Judges Applies Mutatis Mutandis

What I Said About Election Judges Applies Mutatis Mutandis

NH Chan defends his statements against the Election Judges in his previous article.

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Inequality of Arms: The Right to Disclosure in Malaysia

Inequality of Arms: The Right to Disclosure in Malaysia

Bill Grimshaw of Reprieve Australia outlines Malaysia’s record on fair trials and the right to disclosure — how does it hold up to the standards of justice?

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Malapportionment and Gerrymandering — What Can We Do About It?

Malapportionment and Gerrymandering — What Can We Do About It?

Andrew Yong provides a solution for Malaysia’s gerrymandering problem.

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One Islam To Rule Them All

One Islam To Rule Them All

The case of Fathul Bari Mat Jahya & Anor v Majlis Agama Islam Negeri Sembilan & Ors

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Ask Lord Bobo: Seriously, Corruption and Evidence?

Ask Lord Bobo: Seriously, Corruption and Evidence?

Redemption for Malaysian judiciary? And is it safe to write for LoyarBurok?

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From the Perak Crisis to the G.E: Lessons in Democracy

From the Perak Crisis to the G.E: Lessons in Democracy

When democracy must be defined by the will of the people.

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Beneath The Slippers of Justice

Beneath The Slippers of Justice

Throwing slippers at Judges doesn’t merit a year in jail

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Drug Weight Discrepancy in the Federal Court

Drug Weight Discrepancy in the Federal Court

A consideration of several important Federal Court decisions regarding drug weight discrepancy.

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Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

Is the definition of a “Muslim” unconstitutional?

The #Zaina Abdin constitutional reference on religious freedom being heard by the Federal Court

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K-point: Meminda Perlembagaan Bukan Satu Penyelesaian

K-point: Meminda Perlembagaan Bukan Satu Penyelesaian

Mengapa pindaan perlembagaan patut dilihat sebagai satu pilihan terakhir, hanya apabila kesemua alternatif lain telahpun dihauskan.

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Remember, Review & Reclaim: My Pupillage Memories Of The Perak Crisis In Court

Remember, Review & Reclaim: My Pupillage Memories Of The Perak Crisis In Court

LoyarBurok kicks off its first-ever on-the-ground event with the launch (by Nizar Jamaluddin) of “Perak: A State of Crisis” on 12 December 2010, 4pm. Meet the protagonists (politicians, contributors, writers and lawyers[LB]) at the LoyarBurokking session. 5 more days, more than 120 hours left and counting – do join us! I was always told I [...]

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Special Court Rules Banning Public And Media Unconstitutional

Special Court Rules Banning Public And Media Unconstitutional

Perhaps the only question which remains is whether any public-spirited media organisation or person will take the new rules banning them to task. But then again, if the Chief Justice himself advised the Yang di-Pertuan Agong that the ban was legal, how would a suit in our courts declaring the rules unconstitutional fare?

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Making the Government Vicariously Liable

Making the Government Vicariously Liable

A critical commentary about the Federal Court decision of Kerajaan Malaysia v Lay Kee Tee [2009] 1 MLJ 1 concerning its interpretation of section 5 and 6 of the Government Proceeding Act 1956 and its impact on vicarious liability claims against the Government.

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[UPDATED] Are You Rich Enough for the Federal Court?

[UPDATED] Are You Rich Enough for the Federal Court?

A proposed bill to to drastically extend the monetary jurisdiction of the Subordinate Courts has far-reaching consequences but who does it benefit? Cui Bono?

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Was the sacking of Anwar Ibrahim from the Cabinet 11 years ago lawful?

11 years ago, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was sacked from the cabinet. An incisive look at the Federal Court decision that the sacking was lawful and why it is lawful.

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The Federal Court in Nizar v Zambry: A critique

On 9 February 2010 the Federal Court (Alauddin Mohd Sheriff PCA, Arifin Zakaria CJ (Malaya), Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, Mohd Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Abdul Hamid Embong FCJJ) handed down a unanimous decision on Nizar v Zambry. The judgment of the court was read by Chief Judge, Malaya Arifin Zakaria.

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Should a Judge be Allowed to Change His Mind?

A consideration of whether a judge should be permitted to change his mind about a legal issue he decided previously to the contrary.

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