PP v Tan Boon Tat

JurisdictionMalaysia
CourtHigh Court (Malaysia)
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7 cases
  • Public Prosecutor v Kalaiselvan
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 Enero 2001
  • Chai Chien Wei Kelvin v Public Prosecutor
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 16 Octubre 1998
    ...will was `sapped` and he could not resist making a statement which he would otherwise not have made: PP v Tan Boon Tat [1990] SLR 375 [1990] 2 MLJ 466 . In that case, the accused sought to show that the circumstances in which he had made the statement were so oppressive that his will was sa......
  • Beh Chai Hock v Public Prosecutor
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 17 Septiembre 1996
    ...Kian Tat [1990] 3 MLJ 154; [1990] SLR 364 where a confession was excluded because it was obtained under oppression and PP v Tan Boon Tat [1990] 2 MLJ 466; [1990] SLR 375 where the court found that the confession was admissible because the accused had failed to show any oppression. A confess......
  • Public Prosecutor v Muhammad Azizul Ahmad Shalim
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 29 Marzo 2017
    ...exhaustion or fatigue that he had no will to resist making any statement which he did not wish to make: Public Prosecutor v Tan Boon Tat [1990] 2 MLJ 466. In short, there was no oppression. Threats. The Accused claimed that there was a ‘little bit of shout(ing)’ when the statement-recording......
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1 books & journal articles
  • STATEMENTS UNDER SECTION 122 (6) OF THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC): SOME OBSERVATIONS
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal Nbr. 1991, December 1991
    • 1 Diciembre 1991
    ...but not, by itself preventing the 122 (6) statement from being admitted. 1 Tsang Yak Chung v P.P. (CCA) 1990 3 MLJ 26, P.P. v Tan Boon Tat1990 2 MLJ 466, P.P. v Chia Chee Yee, 1990 3 MLJ 455. 2 S 122 (6) CPC: Where any person is charged with an offence or officially informed that he may be ......

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