Lawyers argued the prosecution’s evidence was insufficient to prove the accused had organised an unauthorised assembly. Photo: Dickson Lee
Lawyers argued the prosecution’s evidence was insufficient to prove the accused had organised an unauthorised assembly. Photo: Dickson Lee

Jimmy Lai and other opposition figures convicted over unauthorised 2019 march in Hong Kong seek to quash convictions

  • Their lawyers told the court their ‘spontaneous’ acts were only intended to facilitate crowd control
  • Prosecution says seven are well-known figures and their influence kept the public procession in place

Lawyers argued the prosecution’s evidence was insufficient to prove the accused had organised an unauthorised assembly. Photo: Dickson Lee
Lawyers argued the prosecution’s evidence was insufficient to prove the accused had organised an unauthorised assembly. Photo: Dickson Lee
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