Found 10 articles with the category "Criminal Law":

Top Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Volunteer 2019

Top Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Volunteer 2019

The Criminal Legal Aid Scheme ("CLAS") had nominated our director, Mr. Wilbur Lim, as one of the top CLAS Volunteers this year.

Father accused of abusing wife and endangering the lives of his young children

Father accused of abusing wife and endangering the lives of his young children

Mr. Mark Lee acted for a client facing various charges for allegedly being physically abusive to his wife and children.

“KTV hostess’ eyeball popped out in fight”

“KTV hostess’ eyeball popped out in fight”

Mr. Wilbur Lim acted for a client charged with causing grevious hurt to a victim by doing a rash act to endanger the personal safety of others. The client who was wearing her stiletto heels kicked the victim in the eye causing her eyeball to pop out. The matter was featured in The New Paper

Man accused of having sex with a minor

Man accused of having sex with a minor

Mr. Mark Lee acted for a client facing twenty (20) charges under Section 376A(1)(a) of the Penal Code (Cap. 224) - Statutory Rape.

“Myanmar national jailed 3 months for hitting co-worker with metal rod”

“Myanmar national jailed 3 months for hitting co-worker with metal rod”

Mr. Wilbur Lim acted for a client faced with a charge of causing hurt with a weapon.

Voluntarily Causing Hurt – Section 323 (Penal Code)

Voluntarily Causing Hurt – Section 323 (Penal Code)

In this article, we look at the criminal offence of Section 323 of the Penal Code (Cap. 224) - Voluntarily Causing Hurt.

Criminal Law Practice Series

Criminal Law Practice Series

Our article summarises the frequently asked questions for an accused facing criminal charges, including but not limited to bail and court attendances.

“Warehouse assistant jailed 6 weeks for molesting colleague at a carpark”

“Warehouse assistant jailed 6 weeks for molesting colleague at a carpark”

Mr. Mark Lee acted for a client faced with a charge of outrage of modesty (Section 354A(1) of the Penal Code (Cap. 224)) for molesting his colleague.

Claiming Trial – Implications – Procedure (Criminal Litigation Practice Series)

Claiming Trial – Implications – Procedure (Criminal Litigation Practice Series)

After being formally charged in Court, an accused has two (2) options; (a) to plead guilty or (b) to claim trial. What are the implications of choosing one option over the other? What should one expect during a criminal trial?

Letter of Representations - Plead Guilty Mentions (Criminal Law Practice Series)

Letter of Representations - Plead Guilty Mentions (Criminal Law Practice Series)

A guide on what to do after being charged, leading up to negotiations with the prosecution and the Plead Guilty Hearing.