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Woman Gets RM8,000 Fine For Running Illegal Kindergarten

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KUALA LUMPUR – A kindergarten owner was fined RM8,000 by the Magistrate’s Court here today for operating an illegal child care centre last year. Magistrate Wong Chai Sia handed down the sentence on Yow Shu Huei, 51, after she pleaded guilty to the charge and ordered her to serve a six-month jail term if she…

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Retiree Fined For Sharing False Information

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KUALA LUMPUR – A government retiree was slapped with a RM2,000 fine by the Sessions Court here today for sharing false information through his Facebook on a claim that a container filled with pork and mutton was brought into the country from Spain and Brazil last year. Judge Hakim Zaman Mohd Noor meted out the…

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Unemployed Man Charged With Murdering 6-Year-Old Boy

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KANGAR – An unemployed man was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with the death of a six-year-old boy two weeks ago. Noraizuwan Hamali, 26, was charged with murdering Muhammad Rayyan Hidayat Hairil Khan at Number 33 Jalan Arau, Lorong Chempaka, Kampung Jejawi near here, between 3.45 pm last April 18 and 12.10 am…

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Court Upholds 8-Year Imprisonment On Terrorist’s Older Brother

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PUTRAJAYA – The Federal Court today upheld the eight-year imprisonment meted out on a former convenience shop storekeeper for dealing with property belonging to his younger brother, who is a terrorist . This followed a decision by a panel of five judges, chaired by Appeals Court President Tan Sri Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, in dismissing the…

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Carrying Folding Khife In Public Is An Offence

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Sessions Court here today placed a mechanic on a RM10,000 good behaviour bond for two years for possession of a folding knife in public, three years ago. Judge Mohd Ghazali Mohamad Taib meted out the sentence to Chai Mun Choong, 24, who pleaded guilty to committing the offence involving a Columbia…

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Death Of Father, Daughter, In 2016 Eimarace Race, Unavoidable 

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KUANTAN – The Coroner’s Court here today ruled that the death of a father and daughter at the Educational Innovation in Motorsport and Automotive Race (EIMARace) 2016 in Jalan Skupa, Indera Mahkota here, as an unavoidable incident. Coroner Dazuki Ali said the organiser of the race, the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), had planned the race…

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Security Guard, Technician Charged With Supporting Terrorism

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JOHOR BAHRU – Two security guards and a technician were charged in the Sessions Court here today with supporting terrorism. The technician, Mohd Zaki Ibrahim, 49, was charged with possession of video recordings on Daesh in a Samsung SM-G900F handphone and a Samsung SM-T535 tablet, which belonged to him at the TNB officers’ room, Pencawang…

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Sales Administrator Charged With CBT Of Company’s Fund

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PETALING JAYA – A sales administrator pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to criminal breach of trust (CBT) involving RM12,984.30 belonging to her employer. Siti Diyana Awang, 26, made the plea before judge Datin Fadzlin Suraya Mohd Suah. She was charged with committing the offence by using the money, which was the…

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Canadian Muslim Preacher Pays Security Cost To Court

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KUALA LUMPUR – Canadian Muslim preacher Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips has paid RM30,000 to the High Court as security cost in a suit filed by him against independent preacher Zamihan Mat Zin for allegedly uploading a defamatory image of him on Facebook in November 2017. Abu Ameenah, also known as Bilal Philips, made the payment…

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Single Mother Claims Trial To False Report Charge

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MARAN – A single mother pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to a charge of submitting a false report on a drowning incident in January. Siti Rukiah Hassan, 37, made the plea after the charge was read out to her in Malay before Magistrate Nur Syafiqah Noorida. The accused who lived in…

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Couple Jailed 15 Months, Fined RM28,000 Each For Forcing 19 Kids To Beg

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IPOH – A husband and wife were each sentenced to 15 months’ jail and fined RM28,000 by the Sessions Court here Wednesday after they pleaded guilty to 28 counts of exploiting 19 children and teenagers into becoming beggars since 2016. Muslim Ab Karim, 67, and Zaleha Mohamad, 55, who were detained on May 7 last…

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Accused Blank-Faced In Court

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BUKIT MERTAJAM – S. Ambika wore a blank expression as she was led into the courthouse here to be charged with the murder of her Indonesian maid, Adelina Lisao. The 59-year-old and her daughter R. Jayavartiny, 32, were handcuffed together as they arrived at a magistrate’s court in a police van yesterday afternoon. Jayavartiny, clad…

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Former TMB Officer Charged With 54 Counts Of Falsifying Documents

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KUALA LUMPUR — A former Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TMB) employee was charged in the Sessions Court here today with 54 counts of falsifying documents for claims on cable repair amounting to RM4.7 million between 2016 and 2017. However, Mohd Faizal Abdul Halim, 36, who is now a trader, pleaded not guilty to all the charges…

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3 Family Members Charged With Selling Infant Formula With False Trade Description

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JOHOR BAHRU – Three family members were charged in the Sessions Court here today with selling infant formula with false trade description last year. Yap Kai Chai, 59, faced three charges, one where he was jointly charged with his sister-in-law, Ling Mei Nar, 42, and two charges with his son, Yap Chang Hong, 26. All…

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Butcher Fined For Threatening To Kill Sister

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KUALA LUMPUR — A butcher was fined RM3,000 , in default five months’ jail, by the Ampang Magistrate’s Court here today for threatening to kill his sister after the woman told off against entering her daughter’s room. Magistrate’s Mohamad Firdaus Sadina Ali handed down the sentence on Mohd Rizal Shahsudz Zaman, 37, after he pleaded…

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Man Who Surrendered To Police With Girlfriend’s Body Charged With Murder

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PETALING JAYA – A man who surrendered himself at the Damansara police station with the body of his girlfriend in his car last week, was today charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with murdering the woman. M. Gunasegaran, 37, who is a security guard, was charged with murdering D. Tharani, 35, who was a…

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Registrar Can Refer To Islamic Law, Federal Court Told

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PUTRAJAYA – The Births and Deaths registrar can refer to Islamic law when registering the birth of a Muslim child to define its legitimacy,” the Federal Court was told today. Senior federal counsel Suzana Atan submitted before the five-man bench led by Chief Justice Tun Md Raus Sharif that the law that governed legitimacy of…

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Myanmar Man Fined RM2,500 For Injuring Countryman

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KUALA LUMPUR – An ethnic Rohingya vegetable seller was fined RM2,500 by the Magistrate’s Court here today for causing hurt to his fellow countryman with a broomstick last year. Magistrate Mahyudin Mohmad Som meted down the sentence on Nurul Islam Noor Muhammad, 35, after he pleaded guilty to voluntarily causing hurt on Mohamad Bala Muhammad…

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2 Friends Fined RM3,000 For Obstructing Policeman On Duty

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PETALING JAYA – Two men who fled on a motorcycle to evade police inspection by riding it against the traffic flow were fined RM3,000 each, in default two months’ jail, by the Magistrate’s Court here today for obstructing a public servant in discharging his duties. Magistrate Salamiah Salleh meted out the fine on Mohd Khairul…

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Escort Office Charged With Bribing Lottery Ticket Seller

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KUALA LUMPUR — An escort officer pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today with corruptly receiving RM3,000 from a man selling lottery tickets. Muhammad Redzuan Rusmi, 29, was charged with soliciting the money from one Ang Chee Keong as an inducement to not report to the police for selling illegal online lottery at…

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Final Appeal Hearing For Lahad Datu Intruders Begins Today

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PUTRAJAYA – The Federal Court will hear the final appeal of the nine Filipino men who were sentenced to death for waging war against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong over the 2013 Lahad Datu intrusion on Monday (Jan 15). The nine men are Julham Rashid, 70; Virgilio Nemar Patulada @ Mohammad Alam Patulada, 53; Salib Akhmad…

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G25 Granted Leave To Challenge Book Ban

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KUALA LUMPUR – The High Court here has granted the G25 group of eminent Malays leave to challenge the ban of its book, titled Breaking the Silence: Voices of Moderation – Islam in a Constitutional Democracy. High Court (Appellate and Special Powers) judge Justice Kamaludin Md Said made the order in chambers in the presence…

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RM8,000 Fine For Whacking Dog With Crash Helmet

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PETALING JAYA – A Singapore businessman who repeatedly bashed a dog with a crash helmet and whose videoed cruel act went viral on social media, was today fined RM8,000 or eight months’ jail in default, by the Magistrate’s Court here. Magistrate Mohamad Ikhwan Mohd Nasir passed the sentence on Yee Kok Chew, 57, after he…

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Feb 2 Case Management For Datuk Seri’s Assault Trial

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Ampang Magistrate’s Court here today set Feb 2 for case management of a trial involving a ‘Datuk Seri’ charged with attacking and voluntarily causing grievous hurt to three members of the People’s Volunteer Corps (RELA) in November last year. Magistrate Mohamad Firdaus Sadina Ali fixed the date during mention of the…

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Two Former Company Directors Charged With CBT

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IPOH – Two former company directors pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to criminal breach of trust (CBT)kl breach involving a piece of land belonging to the company which was transferred to their names. Azman Hanafiah, 42, and M.Sundararasoo, 47, (rpt: M.Sundararasoo) , who were then directors of Rentak Berpadu Piping Sdn…

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Court Upholds Acquittal Of 2 Ex-Silver Bird Directors

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KUALA LUMPUR – The High Court has dismissed an appeal by the prosecution against the acquittal of two former directors of Silver Bird Group Bhd who were charged with 134 counts of cheating Malayan Banking Berhad of RM67.4mil. Judicial Commissioner Mohamad Shariff Abu Samah made the order on grounds that there was no merit in…

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Penang Zakat CEO Faces More Corruption Charges

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BUTTERWORTH – After having been charged on two previous occasions, Penang Zakat (ZPP) chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Azman Abdul Samat today faced two more charges for corruption in the Sessions Court, here. He, however, pleaded not guilty to both charges. On the first count, Azman, as Zakat Penang CEO Grade 1 and general manager,…

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Scrap Metal Collector Jailed For Stealing Aluminium Ladder

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KUALA LUMPUR – A man who collected scrap metal and unwanted cardboxes for a living to support his ailing mother was sentenced to two months’ jail by the Magistrate’s Court here today for stealing two aluminium ladders. Magistrate Mohd Azali Ibrahim handed down the sentence on Muhammad Fakry Ariffin, 27, who pleaded guilty to the…

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Special Court Has Convicted 36 Paedophiles, Child Rapists Since July 10

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KUALA LUMPUR – The special court for child sexual crimes has convicted 36 paedophiles and child rapists since July 10. Women, Family & Community Deputy Minister Datuk Azizah Mohd Dun said this in the Dewan Rakyat on Wednesday (Nov 8) in response to a question by Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP-Lanang) on the number of…

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Teenager Charged With Concealing Baby’s Birth

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PETALING JAYA – A restaurant assistant, who gave birth to a boy two weeks ago, is charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with concealing the birth by secretly disposing the baby’s body. Alita Waang, 19, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge before Magistrate Fadzlin Suraya Mohd Suah. She was charged with committing the…

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