PP; Tan See Boon

CourtFederal Court (Malaysia)
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3 cases
  • Public Prosecutor v Choong Kien Siong
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 28 March 2003
    ...v PP [1983] 2 MLJ 167. The effect of an inducement, threat or promise may linger and render the statement involuntary: Tan See Boon v PP [1966] 1 MLJ 219. 96 On the issue of oppression, it is trite law that whether the accused had been subjected to oppression is a question of fact: Seow Cho......
  • Pendakwa Raya lwn Anes bin Akai dan lain-lain
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 January 2017
  • Public Prosecutor v Ho Chai Sng Stephen
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 18 August 2020
    ...any threats made. While it is true that a threat may linger and still serve to render a statement involuntary, (see Tan See Boon v PP [1966] 1 MLJ 219 and PP v Naikan [1961] MLJ 147), there was insufficient manifestation of the threat in the two further encounters that the accused claimed t......

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