"Justice," said Lord Atkin, "is not a cloistered virtue." Each year, thousands of people are prosecuted for criminal offences, with many contesting their guilt.
Only one of five men involved a scam selling fake Rugby Sevens tickets in March was arrested, it emerged in court yesterday.
A solicitor making a plea for leniency after his client was found guilty of embezzling clients' money quit yesterday after the defendant rebuked his statements in court and talked about her fears...
A computer technician who allegedly dishonestly accessed a computer related to the release of nude photographs of celebrities on the internet was released on bail yesterday.
An Indonesian domestic helper who physically abused a two-month-old baby was jailed for 21/2 years yesterday.
Eni Agustiningsih, 28, earlier pleaded guilty in the District Court to...
A father was jailed for two years yesterday for indecently assaulting his 14-year-old daughter while they were on a cruise.
The 47-year-old pleaded guilty to one charge of indecent...
A woman charged with assault ended up in hospital with hypertension yesterday after losing her cool while waiting to appear in Eastern Court.
A woman arrested in connection with an alleged airline ticket pyramid scam appeared in Eastern Court yesterday charged with using a copy of a false instrument.
A 15-year-old girl appeared in court yesterday accused of covering up the birth of her newborn daughter, who was found dead after allegedly being thrown from a 12th-floor window.