Tuesday, April 20, 2021

High Court

Show some respect for High Court judge, Najib’s lawyer told in SRC appeal

Court of Appeal judge tells Shafee Abdullah to use more courteous words in referring to the judge who convicted Najib Razak last year.

‘Allah’ ban to remain in Selangor despite court ruling, says sultan

Selangor sultan says 'Allah' is sacred to Muslims although the word 'Tuhan' can be used as a translation for 'God'.

Zahid took out RM9 million from charity’s account after GE14, court told

MACC investigating officer says this was within Zahid's power as the sole signatory of Yayasan Akalbudi.

‘Allah’ ruling not a victory for Christians over Muslims, Sarawak bishop says

Danald Jute says it is merely a fair and just judgment which took into account the fact that the Christian community in Sabah and Sarawak have been using the word 'Allah' for generations.

No alcohol, drugs found in specimens from body of Cradle Fund CEO, court told

Chemist B Govinda Raj also says no traces of carbon monoxide were found in any of the specimens.

Putrajaya appeals ruling on Christians using ‘Allah’

The government says it is 'not satisfied' with the High Court ruling.

Zahid asked for RM10 million donation from Singapore businessman, investigating officer tells court

MACC's Christ Sheldon Anak Merun says Wong Sang Woo @ Wong Shuh Chain ordered for the amount to be given in 10 cheques for RM1 million each although he did not know why the cheques had to be given separately.

Court strikes out affidavit on money trail in 1MDB-linked forfeiture suit

Judge says the affidavit was filed during the submission stage and would cause prejudice to the third-party claimants: former prime minister Najib Razak and Umno.

High Court rules Christians can use ‘Allah’ in religious publications

Judge Nor Bee Ariffin says the 1986 directive by the home ministry barring the use of 'Allah' and three other words is filled with illegality and irrationality.

Injunctive orders and the deportation of Myanmar nationals

It would have been tenuous to rely on a stay order to prevent the government from deporting the 1,200 Myanmar nationals.

High Court orders halt to Myanmar migrant deportation

Court orders temporary halt to the plan to allow for a hearing tomorrow.

Rosmah ordered to enter defence on graft charges over solar hybrid project

Rosmah Mansor is told to answer to charges of corruption relating to the RM1.25 billion solar hybrid project.

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