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The Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online is a full-text image database providing access to past revised editions of Hong Kong Laws. The database comprises a total of seven consolidations of the laws of Hong Kong: 1890, 1901, 1912, 1923, 1937, 1950, and 1964

ORDINANCE No. 1 of 1858. Criminal Procedure. No. 1 of 1858: An Ordinance for Criminal Procedure. E it enacted and ordained /’B the advice of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows :-[11th January, 1s58.] by His Excellency the Governor of Hongkong, with 1.

No. 9 of 1899. An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the laws relating to criminal procedure in the Supreme Court. [7th July, 1899.] 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, 1899. 2. In this Ordinance, (a) ‘ The bailiff ‘ means the bailiff

IV. Court procedure – criminal cases The Department of Justice of the HKSAR Government is responsible for the conduct of criminal prosecutions in Hong Kong . In the discharge of that function the Department enjoys an independence which is guaranteed by .

CHAPTER 221 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1. The Criminal Procedure Ordinance is amended-(1)in section 2, in the definition of ‘hospital order’ by adding ’49,’ after ’45,’; (2)in paragraph 2 of the Fourth Schedule by adding ‘without an endorsement under subsection

Criminal Procedure Ordinance Section 15(1) states The Secretary for Justice shall not be bound to prosecute an accused person in any case in which he may be of opinion that the interests of public justice do not require his interference.

Principle of presumption of innocence and its extended rights ·

The Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online is a full-text image database providing access to past revised editions of Hong Kong Laws. The database comprises a total of seven consolidations of the laws of Hong Kong: 1890, 1901, 1912, 1923, 1937, 1950, and 1964

ORDINANCE No. 1 of 1858. Criminal Procedure. No. 1 of 1858: An Ordinance for Criminal Procedure. E it enacted and ordained /’B the advice of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows :-[11th January, 1s58.] by His Excellency the Governor of Hongkong, with 1.

No. 9 of 1899. An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the laws relating to criminal procedure in the Supreme Court. [7th July, 1899.] 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, 1899. 2. In this Ordinance, (a) ‘ The bailiff ‘ means the bailiff

Criminal Procedure Ordinance Section 15(1) states The Secretary for Justice shall not be bound to prosecute an accused person in any case in which he may be of opinion that the interests of public justice do not require his interference.

Principle of presumption of innocence and its extended rights ·
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LEGAL AID IN CRIMINAL CASES (AMENDMENT) RULES 2009 (Made by the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee under section 9A of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap. 221) with the approval of the Legislative Council) 1. Solicitor and counsel fees Rule 21

CHAPTER 221 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1. The Criminal Procedure Ordinance is amended-(1)in section 2, in the definition of ‘hospital order’ by adding ’49,’ after ’45,’; (2)in paragraph 2 of the Fourth Schedule by adding ‘without an endorsement under subsection

IV. Court procedure – criminal cases The Department of Justice of the HKSAR Government is responsible for the conduct of criminal prosecutions in Hong Kong . In the discharge of that function the Department enjoys an independence which is guaranteed by .

The criminal law Information based on the Departmental publication “Legal System in Hong Kong” printed in 2008; please refer to the websites concerned, as provided, for more detailed or latest information regarding the issues involved. Criminal prosecutions The Secretary for Justice

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An Ordinance to amend the Criminal Procedure Ordinance to introduce a revised scheme applicable to prisoners who have been serving certain sentences (being discretionary life sentences, mandatory life sentences served in respect of the conviction of murder

The amount of fine is determined by the Magistrate presiding at the hearing, having regard to the maximum penalty laid down in the relevant sections of the Companies Ordinance and its subsidiary legislation and section 113B of the Criminal Procedure

IV. Court procedure – criminal cases The Department of Justice of the HKSAR Government is responsible for the conduct of criminal prosecutions in Hong Kong . In the discharge of that function the Department enjoys an independence which is guaranteed by .

The criminal law Information based on the Departmental publication “Legal System in Hong Kong” printed in 2008; please refer to the websites concerned, as provided, for more detailed or latest information regarding the issues involved. Criminal prosecutions The Secretary for Justice

The amount of fine is determined by the Magistrate presiding at the hearing, having regard to the maximum penalty laid down in the relevant sections of the Companies Ordinance and its subsidiary legislation and section 113B of the Criminal Procedure

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An Ordinance to amend the Criminal Procedure Ordinance to introduce a revised scheme applicable to prisoners who have been serving certain sentences (being discretionary life sentences, mandatory life sentences served in respect of the conviction of murder

The Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online is a full-text image database providing access to past revised editions of Hong Kong Laws. The database comprises a total of seven consolidations of the laws of Hong Kong: 1890, 1901, 1912, 1923, 1937, 1950, and 1964

For more details on this matter, please refer to Section 9D and Section 9G of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Chapter 221) . Young persons According to section 4 of the Juvenile Offenders Ordinance ( Cap 226 ), a person under the age of 16 who is arrested shall be brought forthwith before a juvenile court.

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the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, Cap. 221, Laws of Hong Kong, and two counts of “false accounting” contrary to section 19(1)(a) of the Theft Ordinance, Cap. 210, Laws of Hong Kong.” Facts of the case 2. The Defendant was at all material times

615 and section 101E of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, Cap.221. The defendant was convicted and fined a total of $40,000 on 13 June 2019. The Court also disqualified the defendant from holding a trust or company service provider licence for a

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Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221). Section 109B(1) of Cap 221 provides: “(1) A court which passes a sentence of imprisonment for a term of not more than 2 years for an offence, other than an excepted offence, may order that the sentence shall not take

The amount of fine is determined by the presiding Magistrate with regard to the maximum penalty laid down in the relevant sections of the Companies Ordinance and its subsidiary legislation and section 113B of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Chapter 221 of

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Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221). Section 109B(1) of Cap 221 provides: “(1) A court which passes a sentence of imprisonment for a term of not more than 2 years for an offence, other than an excepted offence, may order that the sentence shall not take

criminal procedure ordinance 1 .刑事诉讼程序条例 Petition to the chief executive under section 83p of the criminal procedure ordinance 根据刑事诉讼程序条例第83p条向行政长官提出呈请 Businessman was prosecuted under common law for tax evasion and was

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Excepted Offences under Schedule 3 to the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221) Consultation paper (June 2013) Report (February 2014) Latest position Laws Governing Homosexual Conduct Report (June 1983) Implemented by Crimes (Amendment

6. If I am convicted and I want to lodge an appeal, what should I do? Can I appeal against the conviction or sentence or both? You can lodge an appeal against either or both the conviction and the sentence. You must however bear in mind the time limits for filing the

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9 Rules and orders as to practice and procedure 10 of 2005 08/07/2005 (1) Rules and orders regulating the practice and procedure under this Ordinance shall be made by the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee, which shall consist of- (a) the Chief Judge, who

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CRIMINAL APPEAL (AMENDMENT) RULES 2000 (Made by the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee under section 9 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap. 221) subject to the approval of the Legislative Council) 1. Commencement These Rules shall come into

A number of principles of defence in criminal cases, which are in accordance with Article 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (which has been applied to Hong Kong by the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance (), have been incorporated

The Commission recommends the repeal of the excepted offences in its entirety as listed in Schedule 3 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance, Cap. 221 in relation to Section 109B. Restriction on imprisonment of persons between 16 and 21 years of age under

Criminal Procedure Code An Act relating to criminal procedure. Citation Act 593 Territorial extent Malaysia Enacted 1935 (F.M.S. Cap. 6) Revised: 1999 (Act 593 w.e.f. 4 April 1999) Effective Throughout Malaysia—10 January 1976, Act A324 Amended by Criminal

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