A fisherman has been sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment and was ordered to undergo 10 whippings, after his plea of guilty to an amended charge of possession of 1.3kg of cocaine in the present.
The three-member Court of Appeal bench chaired by Justice Kamaludin Said ordered Ismetch Rosli's sentence to begin on Nov. 4, 2106. This was the day the teen was detained. The other justices on the bench included judges Hashim Hamzah and Nazlan Ghazali.
In the past, Ismetch's lawyer Gurbachan Singh Johar had informed the judge that his client had accepted the prosecutor's request to reduce his charges from possession to trafficking. The High Court has decided to find Ismetch responsible for trafficking drug at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport customs checkpoint in Sepang around 6.45pm on November 4, 2016.
Gurbachan In mitigation, Gurbachan requested that the court give an eight-year sentence to the prisoner in mitigation, arguing that a more lengthy prison sentence could hinder the rehabilitation of his client who is 30 years old,said by online slot casino malaysia.
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However the an assistant public prosecutor Asmah Musa stated that the public interest would be better served if the sentencing pattern that was used was proportional to the weight of the drug in question. Would-be offenders need to be aware of the fact that they must lead an the right way in life. The drug found in his possession was costly, Asmah said.
The offense of possession can carry the possibility of a minimum five-year or a maximum sentence of 30 years in jail and a minimum mandatory 10 strokes on the rotan. In a different case, the same judge rejected an appeal made of the Myanmar employee, Atwee Maung, for the murder of his coworker, Thu Nu, six years ago.
Hashim who delivered the verdict, said after examining both oral and written arguments the appeal was not a valid one. for the appellate argument. He claimed that the prosecution had demonstrated the aspects of the crime providing solid circumstantial evidence.
Atwee 42, along with a third person who is currently at large, committed the crime at the residence at Syarikat Shin Poly Automotive Sdn Bhd situated in Bukit Kemuning in Shah Alam, between 11.30am on the 18th of June 2016, and 1.10am the next day.
The lawyer, K Vikneswaran, earlier claimed that the death occurred following a fight that was fought during a drink session. The court judge erred in that he failed to consider all defenses that are available within the sentences of exception to murder contained in the Penal Code, he stated.
He urged the judge to declare Atwee to be found guilty of guilt-based murder which is a felony that can be punished with the possibility of a prison sentence. The deputy Public Prosecutor Parvin Hameedah Nachiar called for the sentence of death and conviction to be confirmed as a post-mortem report showed that the victim passed away because of multiple slash injuries and bleeding.