Tag: Adelina Lisao
Akhtar Tahir says in his judgment that Section 254 (3) of the Criminal Procedure Code allows him to use his discretion to acquit an accused in certain circumstances.
Pegawai di Jabatan Peguam Negara berkata, pihak pendakwaan sedang menunggu Mahkamah Rayuan menetapkan pengurusan kes sebelum tarikh pendengaran rayuan ditetapkan.
An online petition started by Tenaganita urges the AGC to quickly table the Domestic Workers' Bill to protect people such as Adelina Lisao who died from alleged abuse.
Komnas Perempuan berkata masih ada masa 14 hari untuk timbalan pendakwa raya merayu terhadap pembebasan Ambika MA Shan.
The National Commission on Violence Against Women wants Jakarta to fight for and fulfil Adelina's rights as a victim and those of her family.
Ambika MA Shan's acquittal might give prospective employers free rein to abuse their maids because they know they will not be punished.
Anbananthan Yathiraju says his client, Ambika MA Shan, was acquitted in accordance with the law.
Steven Sim hopes the legal system will uphold justice after the employer is granted a full acquittal from a murder charge.
Mahkamah Tinggi dilapor membebaskan Ambika MA Shan daripada tuduhan bunuh selepas timbalan pendakwaraya minta dia dilepaskan tanpa dibebaskan.
Group upset that employer who allegedly forced the Indonesian maid to live in a kennel was acquitted in court today.
This after the DPP reveals that the prosecution has yet to receive the post-mortem and chemist reports.
Mereka mahu pendakwa raya merayu keputusan menghukum Rozita Mohamed Ali dengan bon berkelakuan baik.
The department has put in place an online system to weed out those unfit to hire foreign domestic workers.
Activists accuse the governments of both Malaysia and Indonesia of failing to take the protection of maids seriously.
Central Seberang Perai police chief says no report has been lodged on the incident shown in the video which has been shared widely on social media.
Klang MP Charles Santiago says Malaysians should take heed of Swiss envoy's remark on the lack of an outcry over the death of an Indonesian maid recently.
Spokesman Arrmanatha Nasir says Jakarta will work with Malaysian authorities to ensure judicial process on Adelina Lisao’s death is conducted properly.
Michael Winzap asks if Amnesty International, as a human rights organisation, has been highlighting such cases and making sure Malaysians know about them.
Her daughter is charged with employing the maid, who did not possess a valid pass.
The woman’s daughter will be charged with harbouring an illegal immigrant.
Employers act as if they own the maids and the ‘don't care’ attitude is present in the individual right up to the crony who runs the agency and the heads of enforcement in the various government departments.
Bukit Mertajam magistrate’s court registrar Nor Hapipah Abdullah allows police to detain woman for investigation into death of Indonesian maid, until Feb 26.
Spokesperson says family members are distressed to have Adelina Lisao return to her hometown in Indonesia in a coffin after she was taken away to be illegally employed in Malaysia.
The family of Adelina Lisao, who is alleged to have been abused by her employers, claims she has not been paid salary for three years, and wants the money, according to a report.
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