Tribunal declines to make finding in Law Society case against lawyer involving 'watered-down' charge

The tribunal has ruled that the society seek a judicial review of the case in the High Court. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - A disciplinary tribunal, in a rare move, declined to make a finding in a case where a lawyer admitted to a single charge arising from a plea bargain with the Law Society of Singapore.

It instead ruled that the society seek a judicial review of the case in the High Court.

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