Prosecutors are to ask Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to approve a request from Australia for the extradition of a businessman accused of more than 100 offences of insider trading.
A third suspect accused of fatally gang-raping a 23-year-old student in a moving bus in New Delhi last month will plead not guilty to all charges, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
Two of the five men accused of gang-raping and murdering a 23-year-old woman in a moving bus in New Delhi last month will plead not guilty to all charges, a lawyer said on Tuesday.
Whistling loudly at police officers is a form of assault because it involves the impact of sound energy, the Eastern Court was told yesterday.
Whistling loudly at police officers, near their ears, is a form of assault because it involves the impact of sound energy, Eastern Court was told on Friday.
A construction worker denied assaulting five police officers by whistling loudly at them with his fingers during the annual July 1 march this year, Eastern Court heard yesterday.
The Kwok brothers’ corruption trial was adjourned on Friday until January to allow the prosecution more time to gather evidence in Hong Kong’s highest-profile graft case in decades.
Radical lawmaker "Long Hair" Leung Kwok-hung received what he said was "a lot of leniency" yesterday when he was fined HK$1,500 for unlawful assembly.
An unemployed man with multiple convictions was jailed for five-and-a-half years yesterday for disfiguring a prostitute.
A Hong Kong court will rule next month on whether Ernst & Young can use state secrets as an excuse for withholding information from the securities regulator.
A Peruvian-born Hong Kong permanent resident who is unable to leave the city after the Immigration Department refused to grant her naturalisation is challenging the decision in court.