Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May TseFormer lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May Tse
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong protests: ex-lawmaker Au Nok-hin to plead guilty to illegal assembly charges, faces five years in jail

  • Lawyers for former lawmaker Au Nok-hin tell court he will plead guilty to organising and taking part in an unauthorised assembly last year
  • Ten of the other 14 defendants, including media tycoon Jimmy Lai and prominent barrister Martin Lee, will plead not guilty

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May TseFormer lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May Tse
Former lawmaker Au Nok-hin intends to plead guilty to two counts over an August 18 assembly in Victoria Park. Photo: May Tse
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