KINIGUIDE | With Sam Ke Ting released from custody and with the Court of Appeal's greenlight to appeal, the clerk's legal team is now busy preparing written submissions on her behalf.
The many statements from lawyers, politicians and netizens have possibly muddied the metaphorical waters over whether she was rightly or wrongly found guilty and sentenced for reckless driving that involved the death of eight teen cyclists in 2017.
This KiniGuide revisits the judgments to look at the various facts of the case.
What is the Sam Ke Ting basikal lajak case?
Five years ago, a clerk in Johor, Sam Ke Ting, was charged in the Johor Magistrate's Court with reckless driving causing the death of eight teenagers in a road collision at 3.20am on Feb 18, 2017 at Jalan Lingkaran Dalam, Johor Bahru.
Those killed were between 13 and 16 years old - Mohamad Azrie Danish Zulkefli, 14; Muhamad Shahrul Izzwan Azzuraimie, 14; Muhammad Firdauz Danish Mohd Azhar, 16; Fauzan Halmijan, 13; Mohamad Azhar Amir, 16; Muhammad Harith Iskandar Abdullah, 14; Muhammad Shahrul Nizam Marudin, 14 and Haizad Kasrin, 16.
The case is also known as the "basikal lajak case" in the public lexicon because...