Four candidates are elected as members of the Supreme Council of Magistracy.
Ministry spokesman urges activists who are involved in the plot to overthrow the government to voluntarily report their activities.
Spokesman says that Sam Rainsy is attempting to overthrow the monarchy.
Justice Ministry says it has reformed the justice sector since the CPP was re-elected.
Koh Kong Court deputy prosecutor is removed from his post over a love affair scandal.
77 inmates are to either be pardoned or have their sentences reduced.
The Justice Ministry to select 77 prisoners for pardon and sentence reduction on Visak Bochea Day, May 18.
In the World Justice Project’s report, Cambodia ranks 112, the second lowest.
The municipal court rejects a request by Rhona Smith to meet with Kem Sokha.
Justice Ministry to create a national policy on providing legal aid for the poor.
The construction of two provincial appeal courts has been accelerated.
The Justice Ministry says it will review the case of 47 Malaysians detained over fraud.
The Justice Ministry hit back at US-based Human Rights Watch over a report accusing the government of failing to provide free medical treatment for victims of acid attacks or take action against perpetrators.
Chhoeun Chanthan has been granted a royal pardon following a request by PM.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has given a green light to Interior Minister Sar Kheng to set up an urgent meeting with relevant officials to come up with solutions to the Kingdom’s growing problem of overcrowded prisons.
Rhona Smith raises concerns over justice system transparency.
Inmates now have three additional opportunities to request royal pardons.
Justice Ministry is reviewing Pchum Ben pardon requests from more than 300 prisoners.
The Justice Ministry is reviewing pardon requests from more than 300 prisoners who hope to observe Pchum Ben at home with their families.
Justice Ministry plans to draft a law on compensation for people wrongly imprisoned.
A Justice Ministry official dismisses demands to release land rights activist Tep Vanny.
A Justice Ministry official says construction of three provincial appeal courts has begun.
A plan to join forces to set up an institute for training lawyers, judges and prosecutors.
The Justice Ministry selects 34 out of 228 prisoners who sought royal pardons.
The construction of an appeal court is expected to be completed in 2018 to speed up people’s appeal complaints.
The Justice Ministry says it will investigate the case of a judge who freed an alleged timber smuggler if a complaint is lodged.
A senior Justice Ministry official says the number of prisoners set to receive royal pardons for Pchum Ben festival is undecided.