Written by Team Farallon
Nicolas was interviewed for this ChannelNewsAsia article: Why Wasn’t Ong Beng Seng Charged With Iswaran? Lawyers Weigh in.
Written by: Louisa Tang
The Attorney-General’s Chambers has said it will decide on the investigations against the billionaire tycoon after the Iswaran case is completed. CNA speaks to legal experts and lawyers on the possible reasons behind AGC’s move and what powers the prosecution has.
“If the prosecution withholds charging, these people may cooperate and help convict the person who has already been charged,” said Farallon Law’s managing director Nicolas Tang.
“If both the giver and receiver of a corrupt gift are charged, they would not want to incriminate themselves when giving evidence during a trial,” said Mr. Tang.
Read the full article here.
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