What should you know if you are arrested in Singapore?
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 6 minutesThe police possess vast powers in Singapore – the most impactful which would be the power of arrest. Law abiding citizens would not have an encounter with the police that leads to an arrest or usually contemplate such a situation. However, in an unfortunate circumstance encountering the police on the wrong side of the law, […]

Magistrate’s Complaints in Singapore: A Comprehensive Guide
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 7 minutesIntroduction It is not uncommon in any society for disagreements and conflicts to arise, oftentimes leadings to one party feeling as if they have been ‘victimised’ in some way. In Singapore, we are often told that we should make a police report if we believe that we are a victim of an offence, as the […]

Guide to Bail in Singapore
Criminal and Litigation,Legal Everyday,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 8 minutesIntroduction We have all seen TV shows like Suits and How to Get Away with Murder, where bail is mentioned by lawyers and policemen when an individual gets arrested. What we know from these shows is that bail is an amount of money someone pays for an individual to be released from prison. However, this […]