September 17, 2020
This article shares the verdict where the Court of Appeal, by a majority of 4-1, reversed its own decision to convict Ilechukwu of the capital charge of drug trafficking.
Do Lies in Police Statements Necessarily Indicate a Guilty Conscience? The Court of Appeal Made History by Agreeing to Review Ilechukwu’s Conviction after a Concluded Appeal
May 10, 2020
This article shares that the Court for the first time re-opened a concluded criminal case on the basis of fresh psychiatric evidence probative of our client’s innocence.
April 23, 2020
This articles shares the criminal case of a drug trafficker whose case is now back before the High Court for psychiatric evidence to be taken.
July 9, 2019
This article shares the latest development in this capital offence case where we have successfully persuaded the Court that Ilechukwu had suffered PTSD and PTSS.
February 16, 2019
This article shares the case of our client who faced the death penalty for drug trafficking. He was convicted and sentenced on a lesser offence as he did not share a common intention to traffic the drugs.
December 7, 2018
In this article, Eugene said that we should take a good hard look at the death penalty regime in Singapore, even if they or their loved ones are not involved.
April 18, 2018
This article shares the implications for accused persons previously convicted of criminal breach of trust in Singapore under Section 409 of the Penal Code.
March 18, 2018
This article shares that our Singapore criminal lawyers, Eugene and Suang, acted as “McKenzie friends” to a convicted Singaporean drug trafficker.
November 16, 2017
This article shares the case where the Court of Appeal agreed that there was a powerful probability that it had made an error in its 2015’s death penalty decision.