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The sentence means the Form Two student, who had committed the offence on September 21, will be left with a criminal record.
‘I cannot be sure where the truth lies’: Magistrate questions both teenagers’ accounts but rules in favour of 17-year-old defendant.
The High Court refuses to grant Avery Ng, 42, permission to take his case to the Court of Final Appeal over four-month prison sentence.
Seven technicians given jail terms while six other defendants receive either suspended sentences or community service.
Cheng Keung-fung claims his rival Hung Chun-hin made false representations in some 13,000 leaflets he distributed among voters during the campaign.
Five men charged with one count of conspiracy to wound with intent at Eastern Court, after police seized firearm on Sunday morning.
Magistrate was told police had arrested Jethro Santiago Pioquinto, 36, despite knowing he lived nearby and carried nothing suspicious.
West Kowloon Court ordered Wong Kwan-mau, 26, to be bound over for HK$2,000 on good behaviour for a year.
Magistrate hands Amina Bokhary non-custodial sentence after ‘surprising’ recommendation from probation officer.
Koo Chi-ping, 59, was arrested on September 28, 2017 for carrying 12 gold bars worth HK$4.2 million, while crossing mainland border at Man Kam To.
The duo vandalised Light Rail stations in Tuen Mun on September 7, damaging ticketing machines and surveillance cameras.
Expensive housing, high cost of living, long working hours and dirty streets all combine to drop city to 52nd on global list from study conducted before outbreak of civil unrest in June.
Staniel Chan was said to have assaulted an officer on September 21. But the defence said video footage showed it was in fact the policeman who had attacked Chan.
Lai Man-kwong, 18, charged with possession of an explosive substance while on grounds of his secondary school in Sha Tin.
Senior Detective Constable Cheung Ka-lok has been accused of forging his supervisor’s signature to meet a woman twice at Tai Lam Centre for Women.
Pro-democracy camp unhappy with delay, says courts should act decisively to overturn face covering prohibition, brought in by government to quell protests.
Revelation by secretary for civil service comes after complaints were filed against 43 employees for involvement in protests.
Judge says attack was an insult to the force, while also ordering Ng to pay police HK$1,670 in cleaning fees for vandalised window.
While the judge was sympathetic towards Amy Pat Wai-fun, who had an intellectual disability, he said it could not be used as an excuse to ‘evade criminal liabilities’.
Lawyer for the 16-year-old asks for jail sentence, which would have meant immediate release because of time served, and lodges appeal against sentence.
Constable Chow Hop-chun, 28, charged with theft for swapping a counterfeit watch for a Rolex Cally-Daytona that was turned in as lost property.
Pupil admits vandalising police station and MTR interchange to become the youngest to be convicted in more than five months of demonstrations.
Some 213 defendants were among those arrested, surrendered or had their information recorded by police outside PolyU on Monday.
A dozen Jacobs China Limited employees among those charged in connection with faked strength tests on concrete blocks for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge.
Judge cites heightened risk of absconding, with Wong facing incitement charge.
Chow Man accused of carrying a host of used ammunition without a licence, when he was stopped by officers at Exit B of Sai Wan Ho MTR station.
Order was originally granted on October 31 but had been challenged by Hong Kong Internet Society, which argued it was an attempt to censor online content.
Defendants aged 17 to 35 accused of a range of offences from unlawful assembly to assaulting police
Jacky So denied bid for temporary injunction after CUHK was the site of clashes between protesters and riot police that led to 119 people being injured.
The 49-year-old is accused of chewing off part of a local councillor’s ear and wounding two others with a knife in a mall near Taikoo Shing.
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