Specialised judges needed for cyber court

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  • Friday, 22 Jul 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Heralding the proposed Special Cyber Court to oversee criminal offences under the country’s cyber laws as timely, the legal fraternity has called for experienced and trained judges on cyber laws to preside over these courts.

Datuk Jagjit Singh, a former Sessions Court judge and law firm partner, said it was good to have a specialised court in any area of law.

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