Jones v R

JurisdictionSingapore
Date1948
Year1948
CourtSupreme Court (Singapore)
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3 cases
  • Kwang Boon Keong Peter v Public Prosecutor
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 30 April 1998
    ...It is for the Public Prosecutor to decide later whether in such a case the witness should be prosecuted for perjury. In Jones v R [1948] MLJ 182 , Murray-Aynsley CJ said at p 182: These statements can only be used to impeach the credit of the witnesses. That is to say, when these statements......
  • Kwang Boon Keong Peter v Public Prosecutor
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 30 April 1998
    ...It is for the Public Prosecutor to decide later whether in such a case the witness should be prosecuted for perjury. In Jones v R [1948] MLJ 182 , Murray-Aynsley CJ said at p 182: These statements can only be used to impeach the credit of the witnesses. That is to say, when these statements......
  • Public Prosecutor v Somwang Phatthanasaeng
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 27 March 1992
    ...judges did not rely on the s 121 statements as substantive evidence against the accused on any crucial issue of fact: at [36]. Jones v R [1948] MLJ 182 (folld) Muthusamy v PP [1948] MLJ 57 (folld) PP v Wong Yee Sen [1990] 1 MLJ 187 (folld) Criminal Procedure Code (Cap 68, 1985 Rev Ed)s 121 ......

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