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Court orders money to be returned to jockey

Successfully claimed close to S$ 1,000,000 for our client Mr Saimee Jumaat, one of Singapore’s foremost jockeys. 

We were successful at the High Court in mounting our arguments that Saimee’s financial advisors were negligent and that IPP Financial Advisors was vicariously liable.

Definition saves man from the gallows-page-001

Successfully obtained an acquittal at the High Court for our client who was facing the death penalty for  trafficking cannabis mixture. This acquittal was later upheld at the Court of Appeal.

We were successful in mounting our defence which rested entirely on the argument that the substance in our client’s possession did not fit the definitions of cannabis or cannabis mixture.

Drug case man freed-page-001

Successfully obtained an acquittal for our client at the Court of Appeal, reversing the decision of the High Court to sentence him to death for trafficking heroin.

We were successful in our appeal by showing that the alleged confession that the High Court had relied on had in fact been coerced from our client by a threat from the Police.

 

Boss raped me repeatedly, says maid-page-001

Successfully obtained an acquittal of all charges at the High Court for our client who was facing 5 charges of Rape.

We were successful in our defence by showing that the erectile dysfunction that our client suffered from made the complainant’s version of events unlikely. We were also able to, through rigorous cross-examination of the complainant, show that the complainant had likely consented to the sex.

Maid who made up a story-page-001

Successfully obtained an acquittal of all charges for our client facing 4 charges of Assault. 

We were successful in our defence by showing that the maid had fabricated large parts of her evidence. This was done through rigorous cross-examination of the maid and through meticulous analysis of the evidence in the case.

 

Drug trafficker faces gallows after escaping death penalty once-page-001

Successfully obtained acquittal for our client at the Court of Appeal, reversing the decision of the High Court to sentence him to death for trafficking heroin.

We were successful in our appeal in showing that there was reasonable doubt that the bundles of heroin had been prepared by our client. This argument rested on the fact that our client’s fingerprints were only found on one of the ten bundles of heroin that had been allegedly trafficked.

stole after

Represented client for a charge of theft.

Successfully argued for client’s sentence to be mitigated.

Six fined over attack on student in karaoke outlet-page-001

Successfully obtained the lowest sentence for our client out of the six who had been charged for the same offence. 

We were successful in obtaining the lightest sentence for our client by distinguishing her involvement in the offence and by highlighting the mitigating factors in her favour.

Road rage man admits helmet assault

Successfully obtained a reduction of the charge for our client from one of manslaughter to that of causing hurt.

In mitigating the circumstances of the offence we were also successful in persuading the court to call for a corrective training report.

scv takes retiler to court

Represented client against SCV in Singapore’s first ever case of Cable TV piracy.

Life term for man with gun in robbery

 

Successfully obtained a reduction of the charge for our client from one with a mandatory death penalty to that of life imprisonment.

We were successful in persuading the Prosecution to reduce the charge that our client was facing from Section 4 of the Arms Offences Act which carried a mandatory death penalty to that of Section 3(3) of the Arms Offences Act.

Girl rebuffed suspect who promised her status -page-001

 Successfully argued against two different rape offences being jointly tried.

We were successful in obtaining a separate trial for our client for both rape offences on the basis that the cases were distinct, each with its own set of witnesses. This ensured that there was limited prejudice against our client and that he had a fair trial for both the offences.

Private prosecution-page-001

Our Managing Director Mr Surian was quoted by the Straits Times for an explanation of the process of private prosecution.

Man charged with bribing cops

Represented client who faced 62 charges of bribing 8 people of whom 5 were Police Officers.

Man jailed for selling clients lists-page-001

Represented client who faced 10 charges of disclosing confidential customer information and 2 charges of accessing confidential customer information data without authority.

Cop faces computer misuse and graft charges

Represented client who faced charges for receiving bribes, accessing confidential information and giving false information to CPIB.

Underage sex: Footballers may be spared jail terms

Represented national youth footballers for a charge of underage sex.

We successfully persuaded the Court to call for probation reports for both our clients facing a charge of underage sex.

Represented client in a high-profile case of alleged rape.

baseball bat attack edited new

 

Represented clients in privately prosecuting assailants who had assaulted them using a baseball bat.

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