Mohamed Salleh v PP

JurisdictionSingapore
CourtFederal Court (Singapore)
Judgment Date1969
Date1969
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  • FIKRI HAKIM BIN KAMARUDINPUBLIC PROSECUTOR vs FIKRI HAKIM BIN KAMARUDINFIKRI HAKIM BIN KAMARUDIN, 11-17-2021
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • November 17, 2021
    ...give to opted from accused the dock reference made this, this court unsworn to decided cases. [164] In the case of Mohamed Salleh v PP [1969] 1 MLJ 104 the court made the following “With regard to the question of prejudice arising out of the trial judge’s comment on the probative value of t......
  • Tan Kim Ho v Ho Jin Lock, 17-02-2009
    • Malaysia
    • Federal Court (Malaysia)
    • February 17, 2009
    ...cannot be compared with the right to give an unsworn statement from the dock, which was considered in Mohamed Salleh v Public Prosecutor [1969] 1 MLJ 104, and which Mr. Jagdeep Singh relies on for his point the right to remain silent. The right to give an unsworn statement is a right to a p......
  • Public Prosecutor v Arger Bin Ambali, 15-01-2015
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • January 15, 2015
    ...accused 15 person. The right to give an unsworn statement from the dock is a substantive right (see Mohamed Salleh v Public Prosecutor [1969] 1 MLJ 104). The is not compelled in law to give evidence on his own behalf. However, the unsworn statement cannot be equated with sworn testimony and......
  • Norol Rojik Bin Jun v Public Prosecutor, 31-10-2017
    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • October 31, 2017
    ...[1954] 1 LNS 39; [1954] 1 MLJ 103; Udayar Alagan & Ors v PP [1961] 1 LNS 146; [1962] 1 MLJ 39; 12 Mohamed Salleh v PP [1968] 1 LNS 80; [1969] 1 MLJ 104; Juraimi Husin v PP 2 CLJ 383; [1998] 1 MLJ 537).” [37] As for the fifth ground of appeal, the complaint was that: “The learned High Court ......
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  • THE BURDEN OF PROOF IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE1
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal Nbr. 1992, December 1992
    • December 1, 1992
    ...in Singapore”[1990[ 2 M.L.J. xcrii. 33 [1988] 1 M.L.J. 156, at p. 161. 34 [1989] 1 M.L.J. 404, at p. 470. 35 (1960) 26 M.L.J. 254. 36 [1969] 1 M.L.J. 104, at p. 107. 37 (1962) 28 M.L.J. 337, at pp. 339—40. 38 A word must be said of perhaps the only flaw in that decision. This concerns the d......

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