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Eksploitasi pembantu rumah warga asing: Wanita dipenjara setahun, suami bebas
Berita Harian - 

PUTRAJAYA: Mahkamah Rayuan di sini, hari ini menjatuhi hukuman penjara setahun ke atas seorang wanita kerana menyeludup masuk dua pembantu rumah warga asing dan mengeksploitasi mereka untuk bekerja di rumahnya serta perniagaan pembersihan tanpa membayar upah.

Kapit man jailed 12 years for rape, impregnating minor
The Borneo Post - 

KUCHING (March 15): The Sessions Court here today sentenced a 30-year-old man to 12 years in jail and three strokes of the cane after finding him guilty of raping a then 16-year-old girl in 2018.

Attempting to steal good Samaritan’s car in Kuching lands foreigner in jail
The Borneo Post - 

KUCHING (March 14): The Magistrates’ Court here today sentenced an Indonesian man to one year in jail for attempting to steal a car belonging to a 34-year-old man last month.

In 2-1 ruling, court rejects Sisters in Islam’s bid to challenge Selangor fatwa declaring it as deviant
The Borneo Post - 

KUALA LUMPUR (March 14): The Court of Appeal in a majority ruling today dismissed a challenge by Sisters in Islam’s (SIS) — via SIS Forum (Malaysia) Bhd — against Selangor’s 2014 fatwa which had labelled the company as deviant from the teachings of Islam.

Bako man jailed 5 years for unlawful possession of parang
The Borneo Post - 

KUCHING (March 14): The Sessions Court here today sentenced a 52-year-old man to five years in jail after he pleaded guilty to possessing a 48cm machete without a lawful purpose.

Annual Report of Judiciary
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
Appeal Court
Under the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948, the Supreme Court which consist of the High Court and the Court of Appeal was
Lower Court
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