Cheung, June Ting Ngan

SJ v Joshua Wong Chi Fung, Nathan Law Kwun Chung & Alex Chow Yong Kang
HK Court of Final Appeal, 6-Feb-2018
The appeal against the jail sentences imposed by the Court of Appeal succeeds. Magistrate June Cheung Ting Ngan's sentences of community service were not wrong in principle and not manifestly inadequate. They have already been served. The Court of Appeal can set sentencing guidelines but cannot retrospectively apply them. Paragraph 127 of the judgment rebukes certain comments of Court of Appeal VP Wally Yeung in his judgment.
SJ v Joshua Wong Chi Fung, Nathan Law Kwun Chung & Alex Chow Yong Kang
HK Court of Appeal, 17-Aug-2017
The Court of Appeal substitutes the community service sentences (already served) issued by Magistrate June Cheung Ting Ngan, with jail terms for the Occupy trio.
SJ v Joshua Wong Chi Fung, Nathan Law Kwun Chung & Alex Chow Yong Kang (in Chinese)
HK Magistrates' Courts, 21-Sep-2016
Magistrate June Cheung Ting Ngan rejects the prosecution's application for an increased sentence for the Occupy trio, who were sentenced to community service.
SJ v Joshua Wong Chi Fung, Nathan Law Kwun Chung & Alex Chow Yong Kang: reasons for sentence (Chinese)
HK Magistrates' Courts, 15-Aug-2016
SJ v Joshua Wong Chi Fung, Nathan Law Kwun Chung & Alex Chow Yong Kang: reasons for verdict
HK Magistrates' Courts, 21-Jul-2016
This judgment is in Chinese. Click the top-right link (also in Chinese) to get an English summary. The Occupy trio are convicted.

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