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The High Court on Wednesday enhanced the jail sentence meted out by a lower court to a former police sergeant who was found guilty of committing incest on his stepdaughter two years ago. Justice Datuk Zamani Abdul Rahim increased by six years to 18
In a relief to Bollywood actor Salman Khan, a Mumbai sessions court today ordered a fresh trial in the 2002 hit-and-run case against him. Sessions court judge D W Deshpande passed the order on a petition filed by the actor who had sought a fresh
A Sessions court has allowed Surat police to obtain a copy of the first anticipatory bail application of Narayan Sai, the son of Asaram, to verify his signature. Sai's second anticipatory bail application was rejected by the court on November 22.
The Kuantan High Court Wednesday set aside the Sessions Court's conviction of an Indonesian maid who pleaded guilty to hurling and abusing her employer's four-month-old baby boy on Feb 15 and ordered a retrial. Judge Datuk Seri Mariana Yahya arrived
Salman's lawyer Srikant Shivade argued that the actor had not been given an opportunity in the magistrate's court to cross-examine witnesses vis-a-vis the additional charge of culpable homicide which was imposed on him recently. The prosecution
Former Immigration Department director-general Datuk Wahid Md Don has been convicted on Wednesday by the same Session Court judge that had earlier acquitted him. Sessions Court judge Rosbiahanin Arifin found Wahid guilty of corruption involving visa
Warrants of arrest have been issued against a 13-year-old school girl and her father for failing to turn up at the Sessions Court as witnesses to the rape case involving restaurant manager Riduan Masmud. The teenager and her father were supposed to
The child, accompanied by her mother, had reached much before time to ensure they did not have to face any difficulty while in the court. However, their early arrival left the child and her mother more vulnerable and worried. Act and adoption matters,
Former directors of Genneva Malaysia Sdn Bhd Datuk Philip Lim Jit Meng and Datuk Tan Liang Keat pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here to making false statement in an advertisement on the company's website saying its gold trading was in
Former Perbadanan Komputer Nasional Bhd (Nascom) chief executive officer Zulkifli Amin Mamat has been sentenced by a Sessions Court here to eight years in jail and fined RM200,000 after he was found guilty of criminal breach of trust involving RM1.