If you are dissatisfied with the conviction after a trial, you may appeal against it. If you have pleaded guilty to a charge and are dissatisfied with the sentence, you […]
A subpoena is an order issued by the Court which informs him that he is required to attend Court on a specified date and time to give evidence as a […]
You should be dressed appropriately and address the Judge as “your Honour”, the Prosecution as “the learned Prosecutor” and the witness by their surname, i.e. “Mr Wong”.
If you decide to claim trial to the charge, the case is fixed for a Pre-Trial Conference (PTC). At the PTC, the Court will ask about matters that need to […]
You or your lawyer can write to the Police for a copy of your Cautioned Statement and First Information Report. A First Information Report is the first report received by […]
A voluntary statement is one given without any inducement, threat or promise. It is a statement given of your own free will. Your statement is therefore not voluntary if it […]