Tommy Thomas says the Bar Council could come up with a draft of the bill to be tabled in Parliament.
The move by Tommy Thomas is to bring a quick resolution to the matter ahead of a challenge by Najib Razak on the validity of Gopal Sri Ram's appointment as prosecutor.
Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki quotes coroner's finding of a prima facie case against Tommy Thomas in a contempt of court application.
Attorney-General’s Chambers files appeal against the ruling by the Coroner’s Court allowing fireman Adib’s family to begin contempt proceedings against Tommy Thomas.
Attorney general offices are scrambling to formally launch antitrust investigations against Google and Facebook.
Lawyer David Mathews tells contempt proceedings that Shafee Abdullah was not casting any negative assertions on SRC International’s trial judge Nazlan Ghazali.
Counsel says judge hearing Najib Razak's SRC International corruption trial would not have been influenced by lawyer's 'victory' boast.
Former attorney-general says a person holding the post must be ready to "call a spade a spade" according to the law.
Survey forms will be distributed to get feedback from members of the Judicial and Legal Service Officers Association.
Suaram also wants action against all those in the home ministry and the police force who had a hand in the disappearance of Amri Che Mat and Raymond Koh.
Liew Vui Keong says the Federal Constitution gives the attorney-general the power to institute or discontinue such proceedings.
George Varughese recalls the cold relationship with the judiciary and the Attorney-General's Chambers due to events that unfolded earlier but which changed for the better when a new government was installed.
Liew Vui Keong says this is provided for in the Federal Constitution.
The Federal Court rules that the attorney-general has the power to bring charges against anyone who disrespects the court.
Putrajaya district police chief Rosly Hasan says the case will be investigated by Bukit Aman.
The procedural vote is a strong sign that William Barr will win confirmation in the Republican-controlled chamber.
The electoral reforms group says if found guilty, their pensions should be forfeited at the very least.
R Kengadharan, who is representing one of them, says no proceedings for misconduct can be instituted once the king has accepted the resignation of the EC members.
The justices and the AG will be judged by how they behave in public.
There is a tendency among myopic Malaysians to pick on the little things.
Netanyahu says that for three years, the Left and the media have been pushing the attorney general to file charges at any price.
The Sabah Law Society says it sees nothing wrong in continuing a tradition that showcases East Malaysian hospitality.
Federal AG Tommy Thomas says the government is committed to resolve the MA63 issues and expects amendments to the constitution and laws to be made as early as October this year.
This followed an appeal by the plaintiffs in a suit against Tenaga Nasional and three others.