The High Court has upheld a saleswoman’s conviction for police obstruction while also reducing her jail sentence by a quarter. Photo: Warton Li
The High Court has upheld a saleswoman’s conviction for police obstruction while also reducing her jail sentence by a quarter. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: court upholds saleswoman’s conviction for obstructing police, reduces jail sentence by quarter

  • Judge Albert Wong agrees with findings by lower court but reduces Lau Sze-man’s sentence for her ‘relatively minor’ conduct
  • Bakery employee previously convicted for attempting to prevent arrest of suspect following unlawful assembly outside Tseung Kwan O MTR station in 2019

The High Court has upheld a saleswoman’s conviction for police obstruction while also reducing her jail sentence by a quarter. Photo: Warton Li
The High Court has upheld a saleswoman’s conviction for police obstruction while also reducing her jail sentence by a quarter. Photo: Warton Li
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