The right to silence can be viewed from various perspectives as it envelopes other legal principles which are intertwined into the fabric of the whole criminal justice system. The right to silence encompasses two major The Right to Silence in the United Kingdom and Malaysia
Contempt of Court is a species of common law created to protect the administration of justice from interference by any party.
It has often been misunderstood as a power that exists to protect the dignity of judges. Insaf - Contempt of Court
Any democratic society must have effective systems of checks and balances. Apart from the separation of powers and the rule of law, a proper legal system must be maintained and promoted. MLJ Contempt of Court - Freedom of Expression and the Rights of the Accused
The purpose of this paper is to consider the law relating to the remand of an accused person, the safeguards accorded by the law as well as the actual problems and abuses of the system. MLJ - Police Powers and Remand Proceedings
One of the hallmarks of a free society is the ability of citizens to go about their businesses without the need to explain to anyone in authority MLJ Rights of Accused Person - Are Safeguards Being Reduced?
The law in any area must be clear, certain and final. The Federal Court decision of Adorna Properties Sdn Bhd v Boonsom Boonyanit1 has over the years, created much uncertainty and confusion in the area of land law. MLJ Section 340 of the National Land Code - Before and After Boonsom Boonyanit
In 2002, the High Court of Malaysia handed down the landmark decision of Sagong bin Tasi v Kerajaan Negeri Selangor & Ors,2 in which the writer was a member of the team of lawyers who represented the plaintiffs. MLJ - The Recognition and Content of Native Title in Peninsular Malaysia