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Ask Lord Bobo: The Jury & A Little Red Book

Ask Lord Bobo: The Jury & A Little Red Book

This week, Ask Lord Bobo explains why there are no jury trials in Malaysia, and what you should do at your next police roadblock.

Living Inside the Matrix. And how to get out, the non-Hollywood way

Living Inside the Matrix. And how to get out, the non-Hollywood way

Ah. So where’s the red pill? Do you really want to take the red pill? Morpheous doesn’t force you to take it, and surely, nobody should. You take the red pill because something inside you tells you something is wrong around you. You take it when you consult your Conscience, and take a moment from clocking in your Time Sheet to listen to it. You might have a religious moment there. No need to go to Church, Temple or the Mosque.

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Are there really no lawyers willing to defend the Bar Council’s Red Book?

Are there really no lawyers willing to defend the Bar Council’s Red Book?

Questioning the inaction of lawyers and the Bar Council with regards to the arrest of lawyers and pupils for distributing the Bar Council’s Red Book. Do lawyers think that the “defending” they have done via e-mails, Facebook, Twitter and releasing press statements is all there is?

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Police arrest of 4 lawyers was wrong

Police arrest of 4 lawyers was wrong

The arrest of four legal aid volunteer lawyers for distributing the Redbook pamphlet was clearly wrong.

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Bar In Brief (B.I.B) Series: 11th Bar Council (BC) meeting 2008/09, 3 January 2009 (10am – about 4pm)

Bar In Brief (B.I.B) Series: 11th Bar Council (BC) meeting 2008/09, 3 January 2009 (10am – about 4pm)

In an initiative to complement BC’s efforts to expedite the delivery of information to members of the Bar and/or the public, the “Bar In Brief” series will document a summary of BC decisions/discussions/updates at its monthly meetings. This is not an exhaustive list as there are some matters/decisions which cannot be revealed or discussed in […]

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