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Chief Justice grants leave to probe DPPs for misconduct in former maid Parti Liyani case

Chief Justice grants leave to probe DPPs for misconduct in former maid Parti Liyani case

24/10/2020 5:20:00 AM

Chief Justice grants leave to probe DPPs for misconduct in former maid Parti Liyani case

THE Chief Justice has given the go-ahead for investigations into two Deputy Public Prosecutors to commence, following a misconduct complaint by former domestic helper Parti Liyani. Read more at The Business Times.

The Chief Justice has given the go-ahead for investigations into two Deputy Public Prosecutors to commence, following a misconduct complaint by former domestic helper Parti Liyani.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNGSingaporeTHE Chief Justice has given the go-ahead for investigations into two Deputy Public Prosecutors to commence, following a misconduct complaint by former domestic helper Parti Liyani.

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DPP Tan Yanying and DPP Tan Wee Hao handled Ms Parti's theft trial in which she was accused... Read more: The Business Times »

Chief Justice finds evidence of misconduct by DPPs in Parti Liyani caseA Disciplinary Tribunal will investigate the complaint of misconduct against two legal service officers who prosecuted Parti Liyani.

Parti Liyani case: Chief Justice allows investigation into complaint against prosecutors SINGAPORE — Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon on Friday (Oct 23) ruled that a disciplinary tribunal should be appointed to investigate a misconduct complaint lodged by former domestic worker Parti Liyani against two prosecutors who had handled her theft trial.

Chief Justice grants leave to probe DPPs for misconduct in former maid Parti Liyani caseMs Parti had sought leave to commence disciplinary proceedings against DPP Tan Yanying and DPP Tan Wee Hao.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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