AGC files complaint to Law Society against M Ravi for ICJ memo to Malaysian...

The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has filed a complaint to the Law Society against Singaporean international human rights lawyer M Ravi over his memo to...

Apex court upholds acquittal of man accused of raping lover’s daughter

The Court of Appeal on Thursday (8th August) morning upheld the decision of the High Court to acquit a 58-year-old man of five charges...

Drug trafficking on the rise despite increased awareness of death penalty in Singapore

Despite Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam’s claim that drug traffickers are aware of the mandatory death penalty sentence in Singapore, there has...

MINDEF to charge two SAF officers in military court in connection to Aloysius Pang’s...

Two Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) servicemen will be court-martialled on Wed (31 Jul) in connection to the late actor Aloysius Pang’s death in New...

You have the right to remain silent … Or do you? Lawyer M Ravi...

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have...

SDP vice-chairman John Tan seeks court declaration on eligibility to contest in next GE...

Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) vice-chairman John Tan Liang Joo, who was convicted for the offence of contempt of court last Oct, is seeking a...

Alleged drug trafficker with IQ of 69 on death sentence, in his final bid...

29-year old Nagaenthran a/l K Dharmalingam is an individual who has an IQ of 69, a finding by the prosecution’s psychiatrist which judges, including...

Cancer-stricken Sarojini Jayapal’s husband Suriia Das responds to online criticisms regarding CPF withdrawal case,...

Cancer-stricken Sarojini Jayapal’s husband Suriia Das has responded to online criticisms regarding his Central Provident Fund (CPF) withdrawal application case following the CPF’s Board...

CPF Board responds to reports regarding Suriia Das and cancer-stricken wife Sarojini Jayapal’s CPF...

The Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board has responded to online reports regarding the case of Suriia Das and his wife Sarojini Jayapal, both 47,...

Man’s jail term for illegal money transfers reduced as charges “wrong in law”: Apex...

A person who laundered the proceeds not of his own crime but of others’ (hereafter known as a “secondary offender”), cannot be charged as...

SMC’s second application for review of doctor’s conviction: Court reserves judgment

The Court of Three Judges heard an application by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) on Monday (8th July), which sought to set aside the...

Five-judge Court of Appeal throws out two appeals for lower sentences by sexual offenders

A five-judge Court of Appeal heard two appeals separately on Thursday (4th July), both of which involved sexual offenders who were asking for their...

Where is the missing subsidiary legislation to POFMA that the Law Minister has mentioned?

As of 25 June, the much debated Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) has become the law of the land in Singapore.The...

POFMA has been gazetted – it is now the law of the land

The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) is officially in effect as it’s been published in the Government Gazette online on 25...

Lawyer Jeffrey Ong receives 13 additional charges on Thu for cheating offences

After being charged with eight counts of forgery under Section 468 of the Penal Code last week in relation to his alleged involvement in...

China accused of carrying out genocide of Falun Gong members via organ harvesting

Adherents of the long-persecuted Falun Gong spiritual group are reportedly in danger of being the subjects of a possible genocide as China is accused...

Father laments police’s purported inaction in handling his six-year-old son’s alleged molestation case

A part-time Mediacorp actor has written in to TOC to express his disappointment over the purported inaction of the Singapore Police Force in dealing...

Lawyer Jeffrey Ong slapped with eight new charges over alleged forgery

Lawyer Jeffrey Ong Su Aun, who was arrested by Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur last month upon the Singapore Police Force Commercial Affairs Department...

Alleged drunk and uncooperative man gets tasered by Singapore police at Everton Park

A dramatic video capturing an allegedly drunk man getting tasered by the Singapore police has been circulating across social media.The footage of the incident...

Bhutan succeeds India in decriminalising homosexuality as National Assembly passes Penal Code amendment

Less than a year after its neighbour India repealed a colonial-era law which criminalised homosexuality for centuries, the kingdom of Bhutan’s National Assembly had...

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