The High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton LiThe High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton Li
The High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong court extends injunction to opposition politicians to prevent police from accessing their phones

  • Acting deputy law officer William Liu says officers should be allowed to start unlocking the phones in the interest of the criminal justice system
  • But Mr Justice Russell Coleman says the injunction can be continued a little longer as the judicial review will be dealt with ‘well within’ next month

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton LiThe High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton Li
The High Court in Admiralty. Photo: Warton Li
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