Justice David Lok calls latest developments ‘very unexpected’, warns cost of court proceedings will be ‘massive’.
Lam Cheuk-ting was jailed for exposing an investigation into the conduct of Superintendent Yau Nai-keung following the violence at Yuen Long MTR station in 2019.
Henry Edward Tse and a person identified only as Q had applied for judicial review of government’s refusal to amend ID cards but failed at Court of First Instance in 2019.
Mr Justice David Lok grants fifth adjournment, of two days, to allow parties to work towards a final signed agreement aimed at settling the dispute.
The 41-year-old woman was ordered to serve 160 hours of community service.
Counsel to Nora Fok says ‘serious work’ done over the weekend, more time needed to iron out details and reach agreement with all involved.
The former district councillor previously shared a post on Facebook suggesting that the force had ‘murdered’ the student.
Mr Justice David Lok, who has repeatedly urged the family not to let the case go to trial, granted a third adjournment to allow negotiations to continue after hearing ‘good progress’ had been made.
The judge in the case has granted an application for an adjournment of another 24 hours to allow talks between the parties to continue.
Court of Appeal rules in favour of Wong, judges order reduction, plus two months from unauthorised assembly sentence to be served concurrently with two other convictions.
The 35-year-old man is the first person to be sentenced for flouting a court order granted in 2019 which bans anyone from posting material online that could incite violence
Tycoon Henry Fok’s daughter, Nora Fok, granted adjournment of 48 hours to ‘find a way out’ of dispute over option to buy back a valuable share in a Guangzhou development.
One faction of the late Henry Fok’s sprawling family has accused other members of withholding information about an option to buy back a valuable share in a Guangzhou development.
Defence counsel tells court no one could foresee elderly man’s fatal collapse resulting from a single push.
Warring relatives should think about alternatives to the courtroom for resolving questions surrounding Fok’s HK$11.3 billion estate, judge says.
Three of the tycoon’s children argue their brother Ian Fok had misled his siblings by failing to inform them of an option to buy back interest in a Nansha development project
At heart of latest dispute is single share of Panyu Development Company, which owns 51 per cent of firm carrying out development in Nansha.
Leung Ching-yin, 28, has denied unlawful killing of Chow Chun-wo, 63, who died from brain injuries two days after their dispute over line jumping at Central ferry pier on June 16, 2019.
Defendants were convicted based on their black clothing and protest equipment in their possession at time of arrest.
Medical specialist alleges ‘misfiring of two tear gas submunitions’ caused blaze at two units in Tsim Sha Tsui on November 18, 2019.
Psychiatric patient imprisoned for manslaughter after facing nearly two-year delays by prosecution.
The new charge alleges that the defendants conspired to print, publish, sell, offer for sale, distribute, display or reproduce seditious publications.
Arsonist trio involved in Kowloon Tong MTR station blaze sentenced to jail and ordered to pay damages.
Court documents show Mandy Lieu was listed as the mortgagor of the flat, with junket operator Alvin Chau’s Sun City Gaming Promotion named as the borrower and Melco as the lender.
Tsang Wa-kwan, 19, and Lo Nip-fung, 20, could have faced more than three years’ jail, but District Court judge takes age, remorse, time in remand into account.
Lai was accused of verbally threatening an Oriental Daily reporter during a 2017 vigil at Victoria Park, but magistrate cleared him of the charge.
Lee Pak-to, 37, had befriended all of his victims, who were from same school, at basketball court near where he lived, then lured them to his home or a hotel.
Fong Hung-shun, 36, committed progressively more serious crimes over a two-year period.
Inquest into death of Kim Min-ho hears testimony from his then fellow detainee Khaw Kim Sun, who says he noticed petechiae on Kim’s face and a mark that resembled an abscess on the left side of his neck.
High Court makes order after government petitioned to close the 40-year-old company on public interest grounds.