Three Observations Arising from the Court of Appeal’s Decision in PP v Gobi a/l Avedian  SGCA 72
In PP v Gobi a/l Avedian  SGCA 72, the Singapore Court of Appeal reversed the trial judge’s decision, finding that the accused had not rebutted the presumption of knowledge under s 18(2) of the Misuse of Drugs Act. In doing so,
Tan Cheng Bock v AG: Is Constitutional Interpretation As Settled As It Seems?
The recent case of Tan Cheng Bock v AG  SGHC 160,  SGCA 50 confirms that the same principles that apply to statutory interpretation also apply to constitutional interpretation, and that one such principle is that fundamental liberties in