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Graham Harris

March verdict for ex-HKU surgery head

The District Court will hand down its verdict in March on a former University of Hong Kong head of surgery accused of misconduct and other offences.

Tuesday, 21 February, 2012, 12:00am

Witness coaching claim 'astonishing'

Prosecutor rejects allegation in trial over ICAC probe

The defence lawyer in the trial of four suspects in a perversion-of-justice case yesterday raised concerns that the prosecution had coached anti-graft officers on how to give evidence in the trial.

26 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

No record ICAC officer went to key meeting, court told

The ICAC's security system showed no record of a senior officer leaving his office to attend a meeting he claimed was held to decide whether to induct a woman onto its witness protection programme, the District Court heard yesterday.

22 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Egan trial told of mystery letter sent to Tung Chee-hwa

Agency trying to suppress evidence, says the defence

The trial of two lawyers and two other suspects on charges of obstructing an investigation into alleged market manipulation yesterday heard testimony that investigators may have suppressed evidence that could assist their defence.

12 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Court told of prosecution witness' 'vivid imagination'

The defence counsel for solicitor Andrew Lam Ping-cheung yesterday cast doubt on the credibility of a prosecution witness.

He said the witness had falsely claimed to be the lawyer of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and an arresting officer in the bombing of the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior in 1985.

24 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

ICAC told to reveal identity of wiretapper

You cannot just say officer does not remember call, judge tells graft buster

The prosecution case that the ICAC could not disclose details of a monitored telephone conversation because the officer in charge had no memory of it 'flies in the face of common sense', the judge in the trial of veteran lawyers Kevin Egan and Andrew Lam Ping-cheung said yesterday.

2 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Six years for 'ice' trafficker

The son of a university lecturer was jailed for six years yesterday after his involvement with drugs was described as 'every parent's nightmare'.

Philip Matthew McGhee, 19, whose mother is an assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong, agreed to help those who supplied him with drugs after being threatened with violence, the Court of First Instance heard.

4 Feb 2000 - 12:00am