Tag: criminal litigation

Here are the articles under Tag: criminal litigation.

The fine line between doxxing and calling out perpetrators of crime

13 October 2019

The internet makes it easier for victims of crime to call out their perpetrators, for example by publishing identifying...

Outrage of modesty – NUS Student Spared from Jail

30 September 2019

Last week, Terence Siow, a student from the National University of Singapore pleaded guilty to one charge of outrage...

Seminal decision on presumption of possession by the Court of Appeal

4 June 2019

Eugene Thuraisingam shares his thoughts on the Court of Appeal’s recent decision acquitting the accused in Adili Chibuike Ejike...

Death Penalty in Singapore — a Matter of Life and Death

7 December 2018

Some interesting statistics about the death penalty:- Approximately 106 countries worldwide have abolished the death penalty for all crimes....

Speaking up about her stolen photographs

16 April 2018

The New Paper sought the views of our Suang Wijaya on the use or re-publication of photographs online. The...

Man accused of assault acquitted

14 April 2018

We acted for a man who was charged with assaulting his neighbour by thrusting a stick at him when...

Death penalty faced by drug convict

19 March 2018

Our Eugene Thuraisingam and Suang Wijaya acted as “McKenzie friends” to convicted Singaporean drug trafficker Hishamruddin Mohd, who was...

Ed Sheeran concert in Singapore, foreigner jailed over use of forged passes

13 December 2017

Our Suang Wijaya represented an Australian man who was charged for the use of forged Ed Sheeran concert passes...

High Court allows appeal to substitute three-month jail sentence with a fine


Suang Wijaya and Haziq Ika bin Zahidi acted for an offender who pleaded guilty to three charges of bribery...

Outrage of Modesty – Amicable Resolution of Criminal Case


Suang Wijaya acted for an accused person allegedly charged with the offence of committing an outrage of modesty. The accused...



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