Freelance TV journalist Bao Choy, who has appealed against her conviction for a breach of the Road Traffic Ordinance in connection with a report, speaks to the press outside the High Court. Photo: Brian Wong
Freelance TV journalist Bao Choy, who has appealed against her conviction for a breach of the Road Traffic Ordinance in connection with a report, speaks to the press outside the High Court. Photo: Brian Wong

Appeal judge says Hong Kong journalist convicted over using vehicle registry details for report may have made ‘honest mistake’

  • Journalist may have believed she had legal right to use personal information on public government registry for TV report, judge says
  • High Court reserves judgment in case of TV journalist Bao Choy for three months

Freelance TV journalist Bao Choy, who has appealed against her conviction for a breach of the Road Traffic Ordinance in connection with a report, speaks to the press outside the High Court. Photo: Brian Wong
Freelance TV journalist Bao Choy, who has appealed against her conviction for a breach of the Road Traffic Ordinance in connection with a report, speaks to the press outside the High Court. Photo: Brian Wong
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