The Appeal Court upholds a lower court’s decision to sentence the jeans-thieves.
The appeal Court rejects two applications by two former RFA journalists.
Appeal Court hears the plea of a man was found guilty of trafficking nearly meth.
Phnom Penh Court spokesman Ly Sophanna is elevated to an Appeal Court prosecutor.
The Appeal Court turns down a plea by accused Oknha Ho Chamroeun to be freed on bail in a $80 million cheating case.
The construction of two provincial appeal courts has been accelerated.
The Appeal Court yesterday upheld the municipal court’s decision to keep Russia Today news fixer Rath Rott Mony in detention pending trial.
Din Puthy is planning to file an appeal after Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court found him guilty of violence.
The two convicts forged public documents for the sale of non-existent land.
The Appeal Court overturned suspended sentences handed to a former officer with the Prime Minister’s Bodyguard Unit and a former deputy commune council chief who forged land documents and cheated a businesswoman out of $800,000 in Kampot province in 2013.
Appeal Court upholds the conviction of former municipal penal police officer who was jailed over an attempted murder.
The Appeal Court hears the appeal of former municipal penal police officer Hang Vuthy over attempting to murder a commander.
A Justice Ministry official says construction of three provincial appeal courts has begun.
The Appeal Court denies bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha for the second time, leaving him jailed on treason charges.
Appeal Court hears the case of soldier sentenced to life in prison for slaying Kem Ley.
The Appeal Court on Friday heard the case of a former soldier sentenced to life in prison for slaying prominent political analyst Kem Ley.
The Court of Appeal finisheds hearing the testimony of security guards who clashed with opposition party protesters.
The Supreme Court upholds the convictions of four men over their involvement in a 2014 grenade attack in Sen Sok.
Justice Minister reviews over 300 prisoners’ pardon requests for the Khmer New Year.
Appeal Court postpones hearing the case of a former soldier who slayed Kem Ley.
Appeal Court upholds the detention of Kem Sokha for another six months.
Court of Appeal upholds the life sentences of two foreigners for transporting cocaine.
Appeal Court verdict convicted former senator Thak Lany in absentia for accusing PM of ordering the assassination of Kem Ley.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
Kem Sokha will this morning attend a closed-door Appeal Court hearing into his request for release on bail.
The Supreme Court rejects bail for Australian filmmaker who is being held over espionage.
The construction of an appeal court is expected to be completed in 2018 to speed up people’s appeal complaints.
A married couple are convicted of running an illegal prostitution service employing under-age girls in their Phnom Penh massage parlour.
The Supreme Court upholds two lower court decisions that find former opposition leader Sam Rainsy guilty of defaming National Assembly president Heng Samrin.
Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng tells city police officials that people who protest against decisions made by the courts are breaking the law.