Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng
Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong protests: judiciary to publish some complaints and its response after thousands of identical or similar accusations are filed against three magistrates

  • Judiciary says the new measure will apply to overlapping accusations
  • Three instances have already been posted on its webpage, involving three magistrates over their handling of three highly controversial cases

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Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng
Complaints relating to judicial conduct are handled by the chief justice or the head of the relevant level of court. Photo: Robert Ng
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