Lawyer accused of perverting course of justice, hindering police work

Edmund Wong was suspended in 2018 for the offensive way he cross-examined a victim of molestation.
Edmund Wong was suspended in 2018 for the offensive way he cross-examined a victim of molestation.
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A lawyer, suspended in 2018 for the offensive way he cross-examined a molestation victim - by referring to and staring at her breasts - has allegedly run afoul of the law.

Edmund Wong, 61, has had two charges slapped on him.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 24, 2020, with the headline Lawyer accused of perverting course of justice, hindering police work. Subscribe