You can’t always get what you want, historical murder suspect Stephane Parent was told Friday when given the choice of delaying his trial or representing himself.
“We don’t get everything
The first person charged under Hong Kong’s controversial national security law could be facing a very long stretch behind bars if convicted, after prosecutors moved his case to a higher court with no sentencing cap.
Defendant Tong Ying-kit was brought to West Kowloon Court for the second time on Tuesday,
The Andrews Government deliberately “covered up” legal advice that showed its curfew breached human rights, a court has heard.
The Victorian Government tried “covering up” key legal advice by releasing a version that redacted embarrassing paragraphs, a court has heard.
The Supreme Court of Victoria this week ordered the Government
Data relied on to extend Victoria’s controversial curfew was contained in two documents, one of the state’s top health bureaucrats has revealed.
It comes hours after a judge ordered legal advice on whether Victoria’s controversial curfew breached human rights to be released to lawyers.
Mornington Peninsula cafe owner and Liberal