Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong
Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong

Pan-democrats win appeal against convictions in Citizens' Radio case

Top court sides with activists after a four-year battle over the rights and wrongs of taking part in an illegal broadcast by Citizens' Radio in 2008

Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong
Flanked by supporters, lawmaker Albert Chan holds a copy of the judgment ruling against his conviction for speaking on an unlicensed radio station. Photo: Felix Wong
READ FULL ARTICLE