Azeez

No miscarriage of justice in charges against ex-Tabung Haji chairman, appeals court told

Malaysia Now | DPP Aslinda Ahad submitted that the money laundering charges against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim could stand on their own, and the prosecution, through the evidence of its witnesses, would explain the nature of the unlawful activities. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad argued that the particularisation of the ingredients of the charges against his client had not been fulfilled.

Nothing wrong with charges against Azeez, court told

Free Malaysia Today | The DPP argued that the charges against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim were not defective. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad submitted that his client was a victim of political prosecution and that the trial should not be allowed to go on as it amounted to unjust suffering for him.

Lawyer contends that corruption charges against Azeez won’t stand scrutiny in court

New Straits Times | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad argued that charges against Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim lacked particulars. He said, “the moment we relax the role requiring the prosecution to give proper and adequate information, the next thing we know a person could simply be charged with ‘committing an offence in Malaysia’.”

MACC cleared ex-Tabung Haji chairperson Azeez of graft, court hears

Malaysiakini | Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim is appealing against the Kuala Lumpur High Court decision on March 12, which rejected his application to quash the three corruption and ten money laundering charges. Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad contended that the charges ought to be quashed as they are brought against Azeez in mala fide (bad faith) by the prosecution.

Charges against ex-Tabung Haji chair defective, groundless, mala fide — lawyer

Malaysiakini | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshard said the first charge under section 16(a)(A) of the MACC Act was defective because it combines and involves four different projects in one charge. For the first to ninth amended charges for money laundering, the prosecution had failed to state in what form or how such money or proceeds were received by the applicant.

No miscarriage of justice in charges against ex-Tabung Haji chairman, appeals court told

Malaysia Now | DPP Aslinda Ahad submitted that the money laundering charges against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim could stand on their own, and the prosecution, through the evidence of its witnesses, would explain the nature of the unlawful activities. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad argued that the particularisation of the ingredients of the charges against his client had not been fulfilled.

Nothing wrong with charges against Azeez, court told

Free Malaysia Today | The DPP argued that the charges against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim were not defective. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad submitted that his client was a victim of political prosecution and that the trial should not be allowed to go on as it amounted to unjust suffering for him.

Lawyer contends that corruption charges against Azeez won’t stand scrutiny in court

New Straits Times | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad argued that charges against Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim lacked particulars. He said, “the moment we relax the role requiring the prosecution to give proper and adequate information, the next thing we know a person could simply be charged with ‘committing an offence in Malaysia’.”

MACC cleared ex-Tabung Haji chairperson Azeez of graft, court hears

Malaysiakini | Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim is appealing against the Kuala Lumpur High Court decision on March 12, which rejected his application to quash the three corruption and ten money laundering charges. Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad contended that the charges ought to be quashed as they are brought against Azeez in mala fide (bad faith) by the prosecution.

Charges against ex-Tabung Haji chair defective, groundless, mala fide — lawyer

Malaysiakini | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshard said the first charge under section 16(a)(A) of the MACC Act was defective because it combines and involves four different projects in one charge. For the first to ninth amended charges for money laundering, the prosecution had failed to state in what form or how such money or proceeds were received by the applicant.