Thursday, February 04, 2010

I Don't Wanna Give, Don't Want, Don't Want

I am not a lawyer. I am not working in any law firm. So I always have law-related questions which being in a place with kangaroo court definitely not gonna help.

I am amazed and puzzled by what I read in some prosecution case here. The prosecution apparently can suppress or not disclosing evidence or documents related to the case. Wouldn't this be unfair to the party being on trial? For example if a person on trial for stealing in a convenience store and prosecutor had a CCTV video of it, can they refuse to release the evidence when the defense request it? It totally baffles me.

Well, internet do enlighten us. Read Art Harun's post here on my question.

1 comment:

Hope said...

It baffles me too :)