A source says the couple could not come to terms with the strategies to be adopted if criminal charges are framed against them.
Lawyers say there is an urgent need to appoint a new attorney-general, and there is no need for procedures such as a tribunal.
They question the Attorney-General's Chambers for pursuing the case despite a promise by the new government to solve the problem of stateless children.
Opposition lawyers for Jean-Marie Michel Mokoko want his release to be a condition for the approval of a bailout for the Republic of the Congo.
Think tank IDEAS says the government has an important role in growing the knowledge economy.
After disqualification of opposition candidates, lawyers urge officials not to deny voters the choice of whom they want as MPs and assemblymen.
Their future looks bleak with new amendments to the 2012 Rules of Court which leave them out of the online system of conducting property auctions.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are at risk of imprisonment for 14 years under the Official Secrets Act.
Fu Zhenghua's promotion to the position of justice minister has caused fears that rights abuses will no longer be adequately dealt with.
A group of five Australian lawyers have filed a private application in the Melbourne Magistrates Court seeking to prosecute her over the treatment of the Muslim-minority Rohingya.
Mohd Amir Sharil Bahari Md Noor’s six motions were filed against senior members of the Bar.
How about a ban on revealing clothes and smoking, too?
Matthew Fletcher and Thaddeus Culpepper were accused of trying to pay off people to provide favourable testimony at Knight’s trial for murder charges.
Despite Trump saying he is looking forward to being interviewed under oath, his lawyers are far less excited about the prospect.
If other prisoners can write books behind bars, why can't a former politician make a simple statement, lawyer SN Nair asks Nur Jazlan.
Gurdial Singh Nijar and R Sivarasa say ex-finance minister Anwar Ibrahim cannot be criminally implicated as the commission made its conclusion based on wrong facts.
This comes after MACC said the documents had only been released to Abdul Latif Bandi's legal team.
Hakimi Abdul Jabar, in an opinion piece in Asia Times, says lawyers should fight the proposed amendments as these will not only undermine the independence of the legal profession but are against universal legal norms.
Former de facto law minister says it is rare to find judges and lawyers who are willing to put their careers at risk by going against the prime minister's wishes.
N Surendran and Latheefa Koya also slam Shafee Abdullah's claim that he could not comment on the allegations against him earlier as the suit was filed and pending in court.
High Court judge Justice Azmi Ariffin advises the lawyers not to “cross the line” as their comments may influence public perception of the trial.
RM1.111 billion of the RM1.158 billion in additional assessments and penalties imposed against errant taxpayers this year was levied on doctors, report says.
The PKR vice-president names three lawyers briefing Anwar, saying they are supportive of PKR’s move to discuss seat allocations with PAS.
Lawyers for Mahathir and Anwar want Abdul Murad Khalid and another witness to be recalled so that they can be questioned over claims they had made.