Supreme Court

APPEALS JUDGE DOUBLES SENTENCE FOR MAID WHO ABUSED BEDRIDDEN BOY

Although Kusrini was instructed to only place the suction cap outside the boy's nose and lips, she placed the suction cap inside the boy's mouth, which caused it to get lodged in the boy's throat when it accidentally was detached from the tube. She tried to fish out the cap from his mouth, persisting for 8 minutes even though her hand was covered in his blood.

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AGC APPEAL COULD UP KONG HEE & CHC SENTENCES TO 20 YEARS

The Attorney-General's Chambers' decision to file a criminal reference to the Supreme Court could redefine all future sentences for church and charity leaders in Singapore and see Kong Hee and the other City Harvest Church leaders' sentences increased to up to 20 years, say law experts.

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AGC FILES SUPREME COURT APPEAL OVER CHC SENTENCES, TRIAL TO GO ON

Following a High Court judgement which reduced the sentences of City Harvest Church leaders involved in the misappropriating of $50 million worth of church funds, the Attorney-General's Chambers has filed a "criminal reference" to the Court of Appeal in an attempt to get the original sentences restated.

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