Mat lajak deaths: Clerk starts appeal process against guilty verdict


JOHOR BARU: Clerk Sam Ke Ting has begun her appeal process against a High Court decision that sentenced her to six years in prison over the deaths of eight teenage cyclists in 2017.

Her lawyer Muhammad Faizal Mokhtar told The Star that a notice of motion and certificate urgency were filed electronically with the Court of Appeal on Thursday (April 14) morning.

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