As the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak continues to spread, Hong Kong has taken rigorous actions in combat of the infection surge. This article serves to briefly outline the anti-epidemic measures imposed by the Hong Kong Government and their relevant legal implications on individuals. Entry to Hong…Read More
Legal update: When do judges refer matters to prosecuting authorities and regulatory bodies for consideration of criminal behaviour or regulatory misconduct?
Introduction When judges learn of a possible crime or professional misconduct during the trial of a matter, they sometimes refer the factual issues to the Secretary for Justice (“SJ”) and/or regulatory bodies for further investigation. In most cases judges do not specify whether they are…Read More
Tanner De Witt’s Criminal Lawyer, Consultant Phil Swainston, was invited by The Law Society of Hong Kong to join a panel and share his views on Public Interest and Fair Trial Rights – Where Should the Balance Be Struck? at the 2017 Hong Kong Criminal…Read More