The Military Court of the Vietnam People’s Navy opened a trial on May 18 for a case involving Dinh Ngoc He, alias “Ut troc”, and other defendants on charges of “fraud, appropriation of assets,” “violating regulations on land management,” and “lack of responsibility causing serious consequences.”
Two former chairmen of the People’s Committee of Da Nang city were among the defendants in a trial at the Hanoi People’s Court that began on January 2, facing the charges of violating regulations on State asset management and use and on land management.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court on December 26 opened the first-instance trial of the case of Nguyen Huu Tin, former vice chairman of the municipal People’s Committee, for his alleged wrongdoings in the management and use of State assets.
The People’s Court of Ho Chi Minh City on September 24 opened the first-instant trial on 12 people accused in the “trading in fake goods being curative medicines” case at the Vietnam Pharma Joint Stock Company (VN Pharma).
Five more people were prosecuted on March 17 and 18 for suspected violations of regulations on the management and use of public capital causing losses and wastefulness and violations of regulations on land management as police have expanded the investigation into Phan Van Anh Vu-related case.
The Shah Alam High Court in Selangor state of Malaysia on March 14 decided to postpone the trial of Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong until April 1, citing the defendant’s poor health and psychological condition.
Tu Thanh Nghia, former General Director of the Vietnam-Russia oil and gas joint venture Vietsovpetro, will face trial on March 21 on charges of “abusing position and power to appropriate assets.”
The high-level People’s Court in Hanoi has announced that it will open the appeal trial on an online gambling case involving huge amount of money mounting to trillions of dong and two former generals in the public security sector on March 5.
Five former officers of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) were brought to trial in Hanoi on January 28 for public property-related wrongdoings in Da Nang city and Ho Chi Minh City.
The Hanoi People’s Court on January 21 opened a first-instance trial for four former executives of Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical JSC (BSR) on the charges of “abusing position and power to appropriate assets” under Article 355, the 2015 Penal Code.
Police on January 20 launched criminal proceedings against Dinh La Thang, former Chairman of the Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam), for his suspected violations regarding the Petrochemical and Bio-Fuel JSC – a subsidiary of this group.
The People’s Court of Hoa Binh province on January 14 opened a trial for seven people implicated in a serious medical incident that killed eight patients at the provincial General Hospital on May 29, 2017.
Four former executives of Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical JSC (BSR) will be brought to trial on January 21 for the charge of “abusing position and power to appropriate assets”, according to the Hanoi People’s Court.
The Hanoi high-level People’s Court on October 18 upheld the imprisonment sentence for a defendant found guilty of “trying to overthrow the people’s administration” at a first-instance trial two months ago.
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The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court on August 21 began a trial of 12 defendants for “activities aimed at overthrowing the people’s administration,” under Article 79 of the 1999 Penal Code.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court on July 24 resumed the trial on the case of “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management, causing severe consequences” at the Vietnam Construction Bank (VNCB, now Construction Bank).
U.S. President Donald Trump’s former election campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was sent to jail pending trial on Friday after being charged with witness tampering, the latest episode in his long fall from grace.
Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee will go on trial for bribery and embezzlement , a court said, amid a corruption scandal that has rocked South Korea and led to the impeachment of the president.