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Sex-for-grades graft confessions made under duress: NUS law prof

Published on Sep 24, 2012 2:14 PM
Tey Tsun Hang, a lecturer in the law faculty at National University of Singapore (NUS), was charged in court on July27, 2012. -- NP PHOTO: GARY GOH

The four criminal motions filed by law professor Tey Tsun Hang were heard in the Supreme Court on Monday morning.

During the hearing, Tey's lawyer, Mr Peter Low, alleged that Tey had made confessions under duress, while undergoing investigations by the CPIB.

Tey faces six charges of having corruptly obtained gifts and sex from a former student in exchange for good grades.

The judgement for the motions will be given on Tuesday.