Tag: Attorney-general’s chambers

“A superstar of the Bar.” A profile on David Pannick, legal advisor to Li Shengwu

Singapore—On September 25, Li Shengwu announced via his Facebook page that for the past two years, his legal team has been getting advice from David Pannick. Mr Li wrote, “I’m grateful for Lord Pannick’s guidance and help, even as he has been in the...

LHY: Hsien Loong should have lodged a complaint over LKY’s will as a private citizen

The Lee Family Saga continues with LHY’s latest Facebook post, from Thursday night, January 10. It was a very eventful week in the lives of Singapore’s so-called first family, that included legal troubles with the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) for Lee Hsien Yang’s wife and son, Dr....

“No further comment,” AGC responds to Lee Hsien Yang’s most recent FB post

The Attorney-General’s Chambers has declined to make any further comment regarding the recent Lee family tussle, as seen in media and social media of late. In a statement from the AGC’s office dated January 8, 2019, in response to questions from the media, the AGC...

Jolovan Wham and John Tan convicted for criticizing judiciary

Under the new contempt of court laws that became effective in October 2017, civil rights activist Jolovan Wham and senior opposition politician John Tan Liang Joo have been found guilty of criticizing the judiciary. Earlier this year, the two men separately put up posts on...

Displeased With Judiciary, Sue The Government For $50 Million Dollars

Ho Soo Fong is an angry man. He came to the conclusion that he has been treated unkindly in court proceedings and even his company had been ill-treated, so he decided to act in person and commenced two actions – one in his personal...

V K Rajah to become Attorney-General

Justice of Appeal V K Rajah will take over as Attorney-General from 25 June as Steven Chong completes his two-year stint as the government’s chief legal eagle. Chong will return to the Supreme Court, and there can be little doubt that he will be...

The Bus Driver Arrested in Connection with the Little India Riots will not be charged

According to a statement released by The Attorney General's Chambers this afternoon (Tuesday, 11 February), the bus driver will not be charged as no offence was committed. The AGC said that it had completed it review of the investigation papers relating to Lee Kim Huat @...

Gloves against blogger are off

Alex Au
It looks like there is no second chance for controversial blogger Alex Au. After letting him go over a contempt of court issue in July because he had apologised and promised not to repeat similar postings on his blogsite, the AGC has decided enough...