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
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

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
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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