Dec 22 hearing for CLP exam case

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  • Thursday, 10 Jul 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A Sessions Court here fixed three days beginning Dec 22 to hear the criminal breach of trust (CBT) trial of an office assistant at the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board. 

Judge Rosenani Abd Rahman set the date after DPP Noorin Badaruddin and counsel Edmund Bon agreed on it. 

Ramli Md Mokhtar had on June 12 last year claimed trial to committing CBT involving the draft question papers for the July 2001 Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) examination.  

He is charged with committing the offence at the board's office at Menara Tun Razak between June and July 2001. 

Ramli also faces another CBT charge involving the draft question papers of the Evidence 2001 Supplementary Examination at the same place between Sept 26 and Oct 8, 2001.  

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