Tag Archives: JUSTICE

JUSTICE SERVED TO RECKLESS BMW DRIVER, POLICE CONFIRM DRIVER “ASSISTING WITH INVESTIGATIONS”

Viral videos spread on A.S.S., Beh Chia Lor and various other Facebook pages have earned the driver of BMW SJS138T just the right kind of attention it seems, as the Singapore Police Force has post an appeal for people who have personally encountered the road menace to lodge official police reports against the reckless driver's bad behavior. See the original video compilation of 2 separate incidents with the reckless BMW driver here: http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=2145851598888891

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JUSTICE WANTED: PRINCIPAL & TEACHERS USELESS TO STOP SCHOOL BULLIES IN SPRINGFIELD SECONDARY

My friend son was enrolled Springfield Sec Sch last year, bullies kicked and punch during sec 1, some victims suffered in silent, but my friend brought this up to the principal and what they did was suspend the bully! Justice not addressed n victim continues to go school with fear! This year things escalated to next level, the bullies actually punched my friend son's head twice, unfortunately no witness n that bully of course denied then case closed, despite my friend reported to police n even filed magistrate complain!

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THANK YOU AMOS YEE FOR SPEAKING THE TRUTH

Hi Amos,Thank you for speaking up and I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been remanded. Rest assured, there are Singaporeans who strongly feel that “justice should not only be done, but should manifestly and undoubtedly be seen to be done”. And so you will see in your POSBKids account a lucky number 8888, my small contribution.

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CHILD-RAPIST BRUTALLY RAPED IN PRISON BY 20 MEN

Daryell was raped by about 20 prisoners. He had injuries all over the body, the most serious ones in the anal region. Dissatisfied, and still furious about the crime committed by the professor, the prisoners tore apart the stitches that he received and raped him again. The blood stains on the rear of the short of the young man are proof of how much he suffered

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British appeals court frees S’pore father jailed for contempt

A BRITISH appeals court has freed a Singaporean dad jailed for contempt after finding the judge involved should have recused herself from dealing with the case. The court held that the judge had been so "steeped" in the child wardship case, which led to the contempt hearing, that it would have been a "better course" and "a safer one" for another judge to hear the case.

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Primary Justice Project launched for more affordable legal help

People involved in divorce matters or civil claims cases of below S$60,000 can now get basic legal services for a fixed fee with the launch of the Primary Justice Project on Friday. The project was jointly developed by the State Courts, The Law Society of Singapore and the Community Justice Centre in consultation with members of the Bar. The project, which was first mentioned by Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon during the State Court's workplan in 2013, encourages the resolution of disputes quickly and amicably out of court.

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Solicitor-General Koh Juat Jong to retire

SINGAPORE — Solicitor-General Koh Juat Jong will retire on Jan 31 after 31 years in public service, the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) announced today (Jan 8). She will be replaced by Judicial Commissioner Lionel Yee with effect from Feb 1. As Solicitor-General, Mrs Koh assisted the Attorney-General to supervise the work …

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