The law never forgets. Even 20 years later.
Horrifying,the observer wrote: ↑Tue, 14 Dec 2021 8:25 pmhttps://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-ar ... singapore/
Is Evidence Obtained From Entrapment Legal in Singapore?
Yes, obtaining evidence through entrapment is legal in Singapore and such evidence is admissible, or can be accepted, by the court if it is relevant to the case.
And it doesn’t forget, either. You go to jail once here and you’re done.the observer wrote: ↑Tue, 14 Dec 2021 8:30 pmThe law never forgets. Even 20 years later.
https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/ ... to-justice
Good for your son. I am personally against all forms of discrimination and would never use past incarceration as a basis for unfair treatment. My point is that not everyone sees it this way. Even if one tries not to let it get in their way, unfortunately it is society that decides ones fate.
Completely agree. What I’m referring to is the fact that not everyone shares the same views as you and I, which means that even if one does not want to allow society to dictate his fate, there are situations in which this is not possible.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Fri, 24 Dec 2021 10:31 pmSociety has never decided my fate. I make my own way, society be damned. But then I was also an early adopter of the Yellow Ribbon Project and have hired more than two dozen ex-offenders across two different companies I worked for for the past 24 years till I retired. I also always believe in 2nd chances.
I know for sure in Singapore and Western Australia that lying on duty is not a crime for a cop. I know some US states and federally have made explicit laws around entrapment to counter that. I don't believe the SPF have the time or manpower to run enticement or entrapment schemes except perhaps in political cases but I know the SPF will lie their pants off if required.
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