MOHD RIDZWAN ABDUL RAZAK v. ASMAH HJ MOHD NOR  6 CLJ 346
FEDERAL COURT, PUTRAJAYA
ZULKEFLI AHMAD MAKINUDIN CJ (MALAYA), SURIYADI HALIM OMAR FCJ,
AHMAD MAAROP FCJ, RAMLY ALI FCJ, BALIA YUSOF WAHI JCA
[CIVIL APPEAL NO: 01(f)-13-06-2013(W)]
02 JUNE 2016
TORT: Defamation - Libel - Appellant accused of sexual harassment at workplace - Ingredients of sexual harassment - Whether present in existence of persistent and deliberate course of unreasonable oppressive conduct spiced with sexual hallmarks - Whether calculated to cause alarm, fear and distress in targeted person - Whether there must be corroboration of evidence - Whether complaint of sexual harassment justified
TORT: Damages - Counterclaim - Sexual harassment - Respondent accused appellant of sexual harassment at workplace - Whether appellant had used vulgar words and behaved lecherously towards respondent - Whether respondent adversely affected - Whether respondent's suffering attained level of physical harm to qualify for tort of intentionally causing nervous shock - Whether reasonable for court to grant general and aggravated damages
PP lwn. SUBRI BAHAROM  1 SMC 197
MAHKAMAH SESYEN, ALOR SETAR
AZHAR MOKHTAR HS
[KES JENAYAH NO: 61R-02-02-2014]
9 MAC 2015
UNDANG-UNDANG JENAYAH: Rasuah - Memberi atau menerima suapan - Tertuduh seorang pegawai penguatkuasa di Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan - Lesen kenderaan motor pengadu tamat tempoh - Permintaan wang daripada pengadu untuk menyelesaikan kes tanpa melalui tindakan penguatkuasaan - Sama ada wang yang dibayar merupakan dorongan untuk melepaskan kereta pengadu - Keterangan sokongan - Sama ada diperlukan - Sama ada anggapan di bawah s. 50(1) Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009 berjaya dipatahkan - Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009, ss. 16(a)(B), 17(a) & 19
PROSEDUR JENAYAH: Hukuman - Rasuah - Memberi atau menerima suapan - Tertuduh seorang pegawai penguatkuasa di Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan - Kesalahan pertama - Sama ada kepentingan awam mengatasi kepentingan peribadi tertuduh - Sama ada perbuatan tertuduh menjejaskan reputasi serta imej kakitangan kerajaan lain di mata masyarakat - Sama ada mewajarkan hukuman berbentuk deteren - Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009, ss. 16(a)(B), 17(a), 19 & 50(1)
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