Tampering with, or destroying evidence during a criminal investigation in Singapore is a serious matter, as it can undermine the integrity of the legal system, and impede the administration of justice.
If someone threatens to inflict bodily injury, property damage, or damage to your reputation, such a threat may amount to criminal intimidation.
Defamation occurs when someone publishes a statement that diminishes the subject’s standing in the eyes of third parties.
Sexual harassment is defined as the making of unwanted sexual advances towards others. We will explain what this means in legal terms based on the POHA.
Singapore’s new anti-money laundering law implemented to fight money laundering and terrorism financing is also meant to protect consumers.
Voyeurism refers to the practice of spying on people who are engaged in a private act, such as having sex and undressing. This definition has been extended
After a period of highly-publicised hearings and consultations with various parties, the Singapore Government has proposed The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill from the 1st
The recent changes to criminal laws in Singapore will include more protection for children from online sexual predators.