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Abdul Azeez freed of graft charges

The Star | Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim was given a DNAA under section 254(3) of the CPC by the Sessions Court, on nine charges — three for corruption and six for money laundering — linked to road projects in Perak and Kedah. His lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad confirmed this.

Conditional discharge for Azeez in graft, money laundering case

Free Malaysia Today | Sessions Court judge Azura Alwi granted Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim a DNAA for his corruption and money laundering case, to enable the prosecution to complete their investigations on “new” leads. Abdul Azeez was represented by lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad.

Azeez submits representation to AGC

The Star | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad, who is representing Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, confirmed submitting a representation to the AGC to cancel the nine charges against Abdul Azeez after failing to do so at the Court of Appeal. Amer explained that they were asking for a mention date to be set to get feedback on the representation.

Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez submits another representation to drop corruption, money laundering charges

Malay Mail | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad who represented Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim confirmed that his firm had sent a representation to the AGC to cancel three corruption and six money laundering charges — for the fifth time. The defence asked for the progress of the representation and said it is ready for the hearing if the representation is not accepted.

Court shoots down Abdul Azeez’s request to explain absence

New Straits Times | The Court of Appeal rejected former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s request to explain his absence from court last week and to express unhappiness over unfair media reports on the matter, made through his lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshard.

Azeez fails in bid to quash graft, money laundering charges

Free Malaysia Today | The Court of Appeal granted Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s bid to nullify four of his 10 money laundering charges. The judge said the 10 money laundering charges were not defective, but questioned why the prosecution did not specify the location where he allegedly committed the wrongdoing. Amer Hamzah represented Abdul Azeez.

Abdul Azeez to face graft and money laundering trial after appeal dismissed

The Edge Markets | The Court of Appeal allowed former Lembaga Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s appeal to strike out four money laundering charges against him. The COA ruled that the prosecution should differentiate the venue of the alleged offences to differentiate the jurisdiction of the local court and to be fair to the accused. Amer Hamzah Arshad and Joshua Tay represented Abdul Azeez.

Sembilan pertuduhan AMLA, rasuah ke atas Abdul Azeez kekal

Sinar Harian | Mahkamah Rayuan menerima rayuan Ahli Parlimen Baling Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan empat pertuduhan di bawah Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram, Pencegahan Pembiayaan Keganasan dan Hasil Aktiviti Haram. Pertuduhan itu mengatakan kesalahan berlaku di Lembah Klang, sedangkan lokasi itu terlalu luas. Abdul Azeez diwakili peguam Amer Hamzah.

Mahkamah persoal kelewatan AGC jawab representasi Abdul Azeez

Sinar Harian | Mahkamah Rayuan menolak rayuan Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan semua pertuduhan, dan juga mempersoal kelewatan Jabatan Peguam Negara menjawab representasi yang dikemukakan peguamnya Amer Hamzah Arshad. Abdul Azeez mempunyai satu lagi peluang untuk merayu di Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Abdul Azeez warned not to abuse court process after he fails to turn up in court

New Straits Times | Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s lead counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad explained that his client had been forced to skip court because of his health condition. He also informed the judges that he had written no less than four letters of representation to the AGC but had not received any reply from the AGC.

Appeals court postpones verdict again on bid by ex-Tabung Haji boss to strike out graft charges

Malaysia Now | The Court of Appeal has rescheduled its decision yet again on Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s appeal against the High Court decision to strike out his corruption and money laundering charges. Abdul Azeez’s lawyer Amer Hamzah said his client could not attend court as he had been suffering from acute gastroenteritis; the court will be given a copy of Abdul Azeez’s medical certificate.

Azeez masuk hospital, keputusan rayuan kes rasuah ditangguh lagi

Berita Harian | Peguam bela Abdul Azeez, Amer Hamzah Arshad, berkata anak guamnya sedang menerima rawatan di PPUM. Beliau juga meluahkan kekecewaan berhubung empat surat representasi dan dokumen berkaitan dihantar kepada SPRM dan AGC yang tidak menerima sebarang balasan.

Abdul Azeez tidak sihat, mahkamah tangguh keputusan rayuan ke Isnin

Harian Metro | Mahkamah Rayuan menangguhkan keputusannya berhubung rayuan Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan pertuduhan rasuah dan pengubahan wang haram. Peguam Abdul Azeez, Amer Hamzah Arshad, memberitahu mahkamah bahawa anak guamnya tidak dapat hadir ke mahkamah kerana tidak sihat.

MACC to brief AG over new development in corruption case against Baling MP

Malaysiakini | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad informed the Appellate Court this morning that the MACC is set to brief the AGC over new developments on leads involving the corruption and money laundering case against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, leading the court to postpone its decision over his appeal to strike out the case to Aug 26.

Peguam Abdul Azeez mohon keputusan rayuan kes rasuah ditangguh

Berita Harian | Peguam Amer Hamzah Arshad berkata penangguhan keputusan rayuan dimohon bagi memberi ruang dan masa kepada SPRM menjalankan siasatan terhadap penemuan fakta serta bukti baharu kes itu yang diserahkan oleh pihaknya kepada AGC.

July 1 verdict on bid to quash corruption case against Azeez

Malaysiakini | Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim is facing three counts of accepting bribes of RM5.2 million and 10 counts of money laundering involving RM13.9 million. He is appealing the KL High Court’s decision to reject his application to quash the charges. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad confirmed the COA has fixed July 1 to deliver the decision on the appeal.

Abdul Azeez freed of graft charges

The Star | Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim was given a DNAA under section 254(3) of the CPC by the Sessions Court, on nine charges — three for corruption and six for money laundering — linked to road projects in Perak and Kedah. His lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad confirmed this.

Conditional discharge for Azeez in graft, money laundering case

Free Malaysia Today | Sessions Court judge Azura Alwi granted Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim a DNAA for his corruption and money laundering case, to enable the prosecution to complete their investigations on “new” leads. Abdul Azeez was represented by lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad.

Azeez submits representation to AGC

The Star | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad, who is representing Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, confirmed submitting a representation to the AGC to cancel the nine charges against Abdul Azeez after failing to do so at the Court of Appeal. Amer explained that they were asking for a mention date to be set to get feedback on the representation.

Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez submits another representation to drop corruption, money laundering charges

Malay Mail | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad who represented Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim confirmed that his firm had sent a representation to the AGC to cancel three corruption and six money laundering charges — for the fifth time. The defence asked for the progress of the representation and said it is ready for the hearing if the representation is not accepted.

Court shoots down Abdul Azeez’s request to explain absence

New Straits Times | The Court of Appeal rejected former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s request to explain his absence from court last week and to express unhappiness over unfair media reports on the matter, made through his lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshard.

Azeez fails in bid to quash graft, money laundering charges

Free Malaysia Today | The Court of Appeal granted Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s bid to nullify four of his 10 money laundering charges. The judge said the 10 money laundering charges were not defective, but questioned why the prosecution did not specify the location where he allegedly committed the wrongdoing. Amer Hamzah represented Abdul Azeez.

Abdul Azeez to face graft and money laundering trial after appeal dismissed

The Edge Markets | The Court of Appeal allowed former Lembaga Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s appeal to strike out four money laundering charges against him. The COA ruled that the prosecution should differentiate the venue of the alleged offences to differentiate the jurisdiction of the local court and to be fair to the accused. Amer Hamzah Arshad and Joshua Tay represented Abdul Azeez.

Sembilan pertuduhan AMLA, rasuah ke atas Abdul Azeez kekal

Sinar Harian | Mahkamah Rayuan menerima rayuan Ahli Parlimen Baling Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan empat pertuduhan di bawah Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram, Pencegahan Pembiayaan Keganasan dan Hasil Aktiviti Haram. Pertuduhan itu mengatakan kesalahan berlaku di Lembah Klang, sedangkan lokasi itu terlalu luas. Abdul Azeez diwakili peguam Amer Hamzah.

Mahkamah persoal kelewatan AGC jawab representasi Abdul Azeez

Sinar Harian | Mahkamah Rayuan menolak rayuan Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan semua pertuduhan, dan juga mempersoal kelewatan Jabatan Peguam Negara menjawab representasi yang dikemukakan peguamnya Amer Hamzah Arshad. Abdul Azeez mempunyai satu lagi peluang untuk merayu di Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Abdul Azeez warned not to abuse court process after he fails to turn up in court

New Straits Times | Former Tabung Haji Chairman Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s lead counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad explained that his client had been forced to skip court because of his health condition. He also informed the judges that he had written no less than four letters of representation to the AGC but had not received any reply from the AGC.

Appeals court postpones verdict again on bid by ex-Tabung Haji boss to strike out graft charges

Malaysia Now | The Court of Appeal has rescheduled its decision yet again on Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim’s appeal against the High Court decision to strike out his corruption and money laundering charges. Abdul Azeez’s lawyer Amer Hamzah said his client could not attend court as he had been suffering from acute gastroenteritis; the court will be given a copy of Abdul Azeez’s medical certificate.

Azeez masuk hospital, keputusan rayuan kes rasuah ditangguh lagi

Berita Harian | Peguam bela Abdul Azeez, Amer Hamzah Arshad, berkata anak guamnya sedang menerima rawatan di PPUM. Beliau juga meluahkan kekecewaan berhubung empat surat representasi dan dokumen berkaitan dihantar kepada SPRM dan AGC yang tidak menerima sebarang balasan.

Abdul Azeez tidak sihat, mahkamah tangguh keputusan rayuan ke Isnin

Harian Metro | Mahkamah Rayuan menangguhkan keputusannya berhubung rayuan Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim untuk membatalkan pertuduhan rasuah dan pengubahan wang haram. Peguam Abdul Azeez, Amer Hamzah Arshad, memberitahu mahkamah bahawa anak guamnya tidak dapat hadir ke mahkamah kerana tidak sihat.

MACC to brief AG over new development in corruption case against Baling MP

Malaysiakini | Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad informed the Appellate Court this morning that the MACC is set to brief the AGC over new developments on leads involving the corruption and money laundering case against Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, leading the court to postpone its decision over his appeal to strike out the case to Aug 26.

July 1 verdict on bid to quash corruption case against Azeez

Malaysiakini | Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim is facing three counts of accepting bribes of RM5.2 million and 10 counts of money laundering involving RM13.9 million. He is appealing the KL High Court’s decision to reject his application to quash the charges. Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad confirmed the COA has fixed July 1 to deliver the decision on the appeal.