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Indira Gandhi Case: Mandamus Against Police

Indira Gandhi Case: Mandamus Against Police

The full grounds of judgment by Lee Swee Seng J

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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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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ALB: Contempt For Politicians

ALB: Contempt For Politicians

Is PJ better under Pakatan? And what’s contempt of court?

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What a mockery

What a mockery

The Ryan Giggs’ drama goes to show that rights to privacy and free press have to keep up with technological changes in this age of social media.

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Bi-Anne, My Baby

Bi-Anne, My Baby

A consideration of some of the legal issues that relate to the custodial battle of Bi-Anne.

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Matthias Chang: Martyr Without A Cause? (Part 1)

Matthias Chang: Martyr Without A Cause? (Part 1)

A deliberation on whether Matthias Chang was a victim of judicial oppression through an examination of the law of contempt; from its coming to being to its evolution to what it is today and how it applies to Matthias Chang’s unruly behaviour in court – in 2 parts.

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