Mainland men go to Hong Kong for boring and attend court. They are charged with contempt of court for taking photographs.

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 Mainland men go to Hong Kong for boring and attend court. They are charged with contempt of court for taking photographs.


When the defendant Jiang Dunhai visited the Hong Kong High Court yesterday morning, he decided that the judges wigs and clothes were very special. He used his mobile phone to take three consecutive photos of the judge and one picture of the court environment. The prosecution requested that the case be detained for eight weeks so as to record a confession to the defendant, obtain CCTV footage and legal advice from the court. When the magistrate inquired whether the defendant agreed to take the case into custody, the defendant alleged that he had come to Hong Kong for the first time and had unintentionally offended the law of Hong Kong. The magistrate prevented him from speaking, emphasizing that today is the day to deal with the case after custody and bail, not a defense.

According to reports, the defendant Jiang Dun poster claims to be a director of a company in Shanghai, this month 18 to Hong Kong, was scheduled to leave yesterday afternoon. Before leaving Hongkong, he felt very bored, so he decided to go to the high court to find out. When he visited the courtroom, just thirtieth courts were hearing a bankruptcy case. So Jiang ran to the public seat to listen and took a picture with his mobile phone in the process. As a result, the lawyer found him and informed the judge that the police were there to arrest him.

On May 23 this year, the first court photo was taken in the Hong Kong High Court and sentenced to prison. A Mainland woman, Tang Linling, was arrested in court for taking pictures with her mobile phone. The court confiscated her mobile phone and granted bail of 50,000 yuan. But she still paid no more than the deadline, and the police arrested her later. Tang was convicted of contempt of court in June 4th and was sentenced to 7 days imprisonment and a fine of about 197 thousand yuan. This article source: take a look at news Knews editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005

On May 23 this year, the first court photo was taken in the Hong Kong High Court and sentenced to prison. A Mainland woman, Tang Linling, was arrested in court for taking pictures with her mobile phone. The court confiscated her mobile phone and granted bail of 50,000 yuan. But she still paid no more than the deadline, and the police arrested her later. Tang was convicted of contempt of court in June 4th and was sentenced to 7 days imprisonment and a fine of about 197 thousand yuan.