Cop in Anwar sodomy case barred from practising law

comments     Hafiz Yatim     Published     Updated

The investigating officer Anwar Ibrahim's second sodomy trial, Jude Blacious Pereira, cannot become a practising lawyer.

This follows the Court of Appeal's unanimous decision today that struck out his petition to be a lawyer as he had failed to comply with an order by the Perak High Court for him to undergo a human rights course organised by the Bar Council and the Perak Bar.

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