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Federal Court explains decision for RM500,000 Malaysiakini fine, cites ‘public interest’ and deterrent effect
The Malay Mail - 
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 3 — The Federal Court has released the full grounds of its majority ruling in Malaysiakini’s contempt of court case over five readers’ comments, explaining in full why six of the seven judges there had found the news portal guilty and decided on a RM500,000 sum as fine.


Former company manager claims trial to money laundering involving RM209,000
The Sun Daily  - 
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SEREMBAN: A former housing development company manager today pleaded not guilty to 16 counts of money laundering involving RM209,000 in the Seremban Sessions Court here today.


Witness allowed to bring documents as evidence.
The Borneo Post Online - 
Witness allowed to bring documents as evidence.

KUCHING: Former State Legislative Assembly (DUN) secretary Supian Tarmizi Mohd Tazuddin has been granted permission by the High Court here to bring along relevant documents from the DUN Secretariat Office to assist him as evidence in the ‘Blackhole’ case.


Businesswoman charged with cheating doctor of RM450,000
The Sun Daily  - 
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KUALA LUMPUR: A businesswoman pleaded not guilty at the Ampang Magistrate’s Court here today to a charge of cheating and deceiving a doctor in connection with an investment in a project to supply medical strapping pads amounting to RM450,000, six years ago.


Pengarah syarikat didakwa kemuka tuntutan palsu PSU
Berita Harian - 
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SEREMBAN: Seorang pengarah syarikat yang dihadapkan ke Mahkamah Sesyen di sini, hari ini, mengaku tidak bersalah atas pertuduhan membuat tuntutan palsu Program Subsidi Upah (PSU) membabitkan RM6,000 pada tahun lalu.


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Federal Court
The Supreme Court was established under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948. The Supreme Court was replaced by the Federal Court and three High Court of Singapore and the High Court of Borneo. »more
High Court
AA Supreme Court with unlimited civil and criminal jurisdiction, consisting of a High Court and a Court of Appeal, was established under the Federal of Malaya Agreement 1948. The Supreme Court was replaced by the Federal Court and three High Courts... »more
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Under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948, the Supreme Court which consist of the High Court and the Court of Appeal was
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Under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948, subordinate courts could be constituted by laws made under the Agreement. Such laws could also provide for appeals from suh courts to the Supreme Court. »more