Your Right to Remain Silent

Written by Ashley Yip, Richard Wee & Indthu Selvamuthu This article is related to a previous article related to the Constitutional Right to legal representation if detained by authorities.  Introduction It is often said that a citizen has…

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Covid-19 Bill: The Twelve Amendments

Written by Richard Wee, Wendy Ho, Ian Phua, Low May Ping and Ashley Yip Legal impact of the proposed Covid-19 Bill of Malaysia   Introduction The Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Bill…

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Computer Crimes Act 1997 and Cases on Hacking

Written by Richard Wee & Daniel Tan Introduction In this never-before-seen digitalised era where people are accustomed to storing a wealth of their personal information in their mobile phones and laptops, cyberattacks and/or cybercrimes such as hacking…

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“I want to call my lawyer!”

Written by Richard Wee & Ashley Yip Rights of a detained person under Laws of Malaysia. Introduction “I want to call my lawyer!” seems to be the key phrase uttered by detained persons and etched in the…

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Sports Corruption

Written by Richard Wee & Daniel Tan Introduction “I also regret all the harm I did to soccer, which is the sport that I love…” said Alfredo Hawit, the former president of the Confederation of North, Central…

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