Criminal Trials

A Study in Brick-and-Mortar

It is illegal for unlicensed persons to engage in estate agent work. When so much is at stake, anyone looking to engage property agents should …

To Mask or not to Mask

In FLFS 13-14/2022, Mr Gordon Chan prosecuted a case of breaching the “mask mandate” involving a woman and her maid. At trial, the issue turns to whether they have a reasonable excuse of exercising.

To Arrest a Prosecution Witness

Mr Gordon Chan was defending a minor traffic case. As a surprising turn of events, an arrest warrant was issued against the witness for the prosecution.

Danger on Zebra Crossing

Mr Gordon Chan prosecuted a high-profile traffic case in TMS 3182/2022, in which a man was found guilty of dangerous driving after trial.

The Sign of Three

In a criminal case of peculiar facts, a detailed analysis of the medical evidence may help paint a complete picture of what happened.

Common Assault and the Incredible Witness

Amidst an allegation of assault from his former solicitor, the defendant was found not guilty after trial. This case highlighted the importance of reliability and credibility of witnesses in a “one-on-one” situation.

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