The High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung ChangThe High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung Chang
The High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung Chang

Hong Kong courts duty-bound to follow the evidence in protest trials

  • Not everyone will agree with the ruling of judges when it comes to cases stemming from last year’s social unrest, but we must not lose sight of common law principles

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung ChangThe High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung Chang
The High Court of the Hong Kong located in Admiralty. Photo: Fung Chang
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