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Surapong takes aim at judges

Surapong takes aim at judges

Surapong Tovichakchaikul, who lost his job in the Constitutional Court ruling that forced out Yingluck Shinawatra as premier, is pressing ahead with charges against the judges.

Surapong takes aim at judges

Judges, experts discuss integration of women’s rights

Judges, experts discuss integration of women’s rights

There is a possibility that the so-called “battered wife syndrome” can be considered as evidence to possibly mitigate criminal action against women who end up killing their spouse after being repeatedly subjected to physical or emotional abuse.

Judges, experts discuss integration of women’s rights

Charter court judges face pressure

Charter court judges face pressure

Calls for the removal of the Constitutional Court judges are growing on two fronts – an ongoing pressure campaign by the red shirts, and legal proceedings to be launched by MPs and senators.

Charter court judges face pressure

Independence of Judges and Lawyers Central to Human Rights

Independence of Judges and Lawyers Central to Human Rights

The following is a statement issued by a group of Asian jurists, who met from 9-11 April in Bangkok, to discuss about threats to professional freedom of lawyers and the independence of the judiciary in Asia. Jurists from Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam, and Hong Kong attended the consultation.

Independence of Judges and Lawyers Central to Human Rights

Judges named for Noppadon case

Judges named for Noppadon case

The Supreme Court yesterday named nine judges to preside over the case involving former foreign minister Noppadon Pattama for a charge of lapse of duty in 2008.

Judges named for Noppadon case