Lawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam TsangLawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang

Taxi driver in private prosecution wants his legal fees covered, but after justice minister stepped in, who will pay?

  • Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui is pursuing a criminal charge against Henry Cheng after his vehicle slammed into protesters last year
  • Cheng’s lawyers are seeking to recoup HK$82,000 in fees, but after the justice minister signalled her intention to take over the case, who might pay is unclear

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Lawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam TsangLawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lawmaker Ted Hui has run into opposition from the Department of Justice over his private prosecutions stemming from last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
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