Tag: Penal Code
The Klang MP spends one-and-a-half hours at federal police headquarters over a statement he made against preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
Police say Major Mohd Zahir Armaya was shot from a distance of 5m.
Sarawak man is spared the noose after appeal court reduces murder charge to culpable homicide.
Tommy Thomas says the Sedition Act cannot be totally ignored as it is still law.
Islamic council gives go-ahead to work out a uniform set of shariah laws on criminal offences.
The Subang Jaya MP calls for a holistic mental health law and a good budget for treatment and rehabilitation.
He faces 4 charges of possessing materials relating to the terrorist group and banking in money for its activities.
State assemblies cannot pass 'criminal laws' when such offences are already in federal laws, says Aston Paiva.
Gopal Sri Ram says all the government needs to do is amend the law and extend it to any area of human activity, including the age to vote and get married.
SN Nair says the prosecutors must now produce credible witnesses and prove the paper trail of the money.
Gopal Sri Ram says the conduct of the prosecution during the murder trial could be questioned.
After controversy and uproar last year, PAS chief gets another attempt at providing Shariah Courts with greater criminal powers.
Minister Azalina Othman says there's also a need to update and improve existing laws according to current technology and mass media development.
Member of civil rights NGO Aliran initially denied access to lawyers, but human rights lawyer Siti Kasim says cops relented after she reminded them of his rights.
Assistant medical officer tells the High Court that two of the accused in the murder trial had followed the victim in the ambulance to the Serdang Hospital.
Suaram says Sarajun, whose arrest is believed to be related to a social media posting, is being held in Dang Wangi district police HQ.
IGP Fuzi Harun says there should not be any speculation over Felda’s land transfer to a private company while investigations are ongoing.
PAS secretary-general says Felda chairman Shahrir Samad’s readiness to investigate transfer of Jalan Semarak property will help probe take place transparently.
He says Malaysian Islamic Strategic Research Institute’s move to lodge police report on an article penned by UM academic is ‘mind-boggling’.
Gopal Sri Ram says the businessman can be prosecuted for CBT, conspiracy to commit CBT, abetment of CBT and cheating.
He is alleged to have modified an image on social media.
The three bills are on Race and Religious Hatred, Equality and a National Harmony Commission.
Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali says taskforce was formed in view of the seriousness of the allegations.
Shah Alam district police chief Shafien Mamat says the Sungai Besar Umno division chief is being investigated under Section 143 of the Penal Code.