Tag Archives: attorney general’s chambers

THE TRUE WINNERS OF THE CHC TRIAL? LAW FIRMS REPRESENTING CHC

The trial of the 6 City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders may not be Singapore's longest running trial, but it is the most expensive trial in the country's history. According to a senior lawyer, Foo Cheow Ming, each of the defendants may have to fork out at least $1 million more as the Attorney General's Chambers (AGC) has referred the case to the Court of Appeal.

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GOVT SHOULD MAKE PUBLIC AGC’S GROUNDS FOR COUNTING THE NUMBER OF PRESIDENTS

I refer to Yoong Siew Wah’s article “The conundrum of the Elected Presidency” (The Independent, Apr 5). It states that “President Wee Kim Wee was never by any stretch of imagination an elected president and for the Attorney-General to start counting the five continuous terms from the term of president Wee is utterly incomprehensible and may be against the nature of justice.

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AGC PRESS CONTEMPT OF COURT CHARGES AGAINST ACTIVIST HAN HUI HUI

Political activist Han Hui Hui has received a legal letter from the Singapore Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) informing her that they would commence contempt of court proceedings against her soon. According to her, the AGC had demanded for Ms Han, who was fined $3,100 last year over the #ReturnOurCPF protest in September 2014, to take down her online postings. In her postings, she insinuated that judges in her trial had lied in order to secure her conviction. The AGC says 6 of such postings by Ms Han are a contempt of court.

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