Amending the Charge: Case Study of Public Prosecutor v Shaik Alaudeen

By Elena Tan, Ernest Wong, Loh Tian Kai and Wong Ee Ming

In the landmark case of Public Prosecutor v. Shaik Alaudeen,1 Justice Choo Han Teck had to grapple with the limits of the High Court’s exercise of its revisionary powers in amending a charge after the accused has been convicted on that charge. Read More