The bar is raised higher for Jude

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 07 Apr 2015

The High Court of Malaya made human rights awareness a condition to a lawyer being allowed to practise here. Will this be a milestone for human rights development in Malaysia or will it be just a footnote in the history of Suhakam?

IT has been a long road for controversial former cop Judy Blacious Pereira (pic) to be able to practise law. But his legal battle is far from over because the Bar Council is appealing his admission and case management in the Court of Appeal has been set for Thursday.

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