The Criminal Case Management System (CCMS) was introduced in 2003 with the primary objective of assisting in the resolution of criminal cases in an effective and timely manner.
Bail is known as the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial or a hearing, usually on the condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court.
After conviction and before a sentence is passed, a person who pleads guilty or has been found guilty will be entitled to make a mitigation plea. A mitigation plea is a written or oral statement that presents relevant factors that could positively assist the accused in his or her sentencing, and
If you have been arrested, or have just been informed by the police, or other law enforcement agency that you are a suspect in a criminal investigation, you should familiarize yourself with the investigative process, and learn how to protect yourself by knowing your rights in Singapore.
When you choose to plead guilty to a criminal charge in Singapore, you are unconditionally admitting to committing the offence stated in the charge put forth against you.
Generally, the application process is easier when no minor beneficiaries are involved, requiring only one administrator, and no need for any sureties to the estate. When minor beneficiaries are involved, the Singapore Court needs to protect the interests of the minors, and the application for a
The short answer to this is: Yes, it is still possible to make an application for a Grant of Probate of a copy of the Will but whether the application is successful or not depends on the circumstances of why the Will cannot be found.
If you have consented to be the executor, or one of the executors of a Will, you will need to know what your role and duties are. Being an executor of a Will comes with its fair share of responsibilities. After the passing of the deceased, the Will has to be executed in a timely manner, according to
You can’t use a Malaysian Grant of Probate / Letters of Administration to directly administer the deceased person’s assets in Singapore. If the personal representative wants to administer the deceased person’s assets in Singapore, he/she will have to either reseal the Malaysian Grant of Probate /
When people pass away, they usually leave behind various assets such as monies in their bank accounts, insurance policies, physical property and motor vehicle(s). If your loved one has passed away leaving behind his/her motor vehicle that was registered under his/her name, you may wonder what is
When it comes to the division of assets upon the dissolution of the marriage between divorcing parties, the Court will first have to consider which assets are included under the pool of “matrimonial assets”, and second, how these matrimonial assets should be divided upon the completion of the