Understanding the Malaysian Criminal Justice Process This article aims to demystify the various stages and terms associated with the Malaysian criminal justice process. We will explore the stages of the case; DNAA; and the criminal trial process. From Suspect to Accused in a Criminal Trial One common area of confusion arises when understanding the status […]
Today we have Aunty Jenny, to give you some friendly advice on how to work with your lawyer. Some of you may have unreasonable expectations, and these need to be managed. Here is Aunty Jenny, our auntie agony wannabe character, speaking to you in what we hope is relatable and easy to understand words – […]
Many businesses in Malaysia are established as partnerships. Sometimes people just prefer partnerships, which is cheaper to operate, compared to a private limited company. But there’s one problem: A partner’s death, could mean the dissolution of the partnership. It sounds strange, but it’s true: The death of a partner, could mean the unravelling of the […]
In some circumstances the lawyer will have to file a certificate of urgency, along with his court papers. The reason for needing such a certificate, is to indicate to the court the urgency of the matter, and to obtain an earlier hearing date. It impresses upon the court that certain matters are urgent; and the […]
In this article, we touch on cannabis in Malaysia, but also cover what a plea of guilty means for an accused person.