Postponed: Hearing of Musa Aman's bid to strike out 46 graft, money laundering charges

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The hearing of former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman's application to strike out his 46 counts of corruption and money laundering linked to timber concessions scheduled today (April 22) at the High Court here has been vacated.

Musa’s lead counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad said that the hearing, which was fixed for Wednesday and Thursday (April 23), has been postponed and a new hearing date would be fixed later.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Nation

Opening up of legal sector could make Malaysia a hub for legal services, says outgoing British envoy
Ops Manis to ensure sufficient sugar supplies extended nationwide, says Domestic Trade Minister
Why politicise ‘Robin Hood’ subsidy reduction? 90% of rakyat won’t be affected, says Anwar
Johor police nab two over viral video of cop impersonators in car chase
Pump damage causes water disruption affecting over 60,000 Labuan residents
UPSR, PT3 will not make a comeback, ministry focusing on holistic approach, says Deputy Minister
Bank employee duped out of RM53,700 in online job scam
Only 300 PPR units available for 3,000 applications annually, PM tells Parliament
Zuraida fails in bid to challenge ROS decision on PBM presidency
Kedah MB under probe for sedition, awaiting further action from AG, Anwar tells Parliament

Others Also Read