Nghe An court upholds jail terms for man provoking social disturbances Society

Nghe An court upholds jail terms for man provoking social disturbances

The People’s Court of Nghe An on April 24 upheld a lower court’s verdict, sentencing Hoang Duc Binh to seven years in prison on the charge of “resisting on-duty officials” and another seven years for “abusing the rights to democracy and freedom to infringe on the interests of the State, and legitimate rights and interests of organisations and citizens.”
Jail terms proposed for defendants in Navibank case  Society

Jail terms proposed for defendants in Navibank case

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Procuracy on March 12 proposed jail sentences of 8-15 years for ten former Navibank officials involving in the case of “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management, causing serious consequences” at the bank.
Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms Society

Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms

The People’s Court of Dien Chau district, the central province of Nghe An, on February 6 sentenced 35-year-old Hoang Duc Binh to seven years in prison on the charge of “resisting on-duty officials” and another seven years for “abusing the rights to democracy and freedom to infringe on the interests of the State and rights and interests of organisations and citizens.”
Top court mulls penal code change Society

Top court mulls penal code change

The Supreme People’s Court on March 28 looked into issues relating to the draft law revising the 2015 Penal Code, including the scope of criminal responsibility by those aged 14 to 16 and the criminal liability of adults in commerce.
China gives death sentence to child trafficker World

China gives death sentence to child trafficker

A major female culprit of a transnational child trafficking gang, Huang Qingheng, was executed by a court in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on August 16, said Xinhua News Agency.