3Novices:Lawyer of Hong Kong policeman accused of Occupy assault ticked off for confusing magistrate

The lawyer for a retired senior policeman accused of using his baton to strike a bystander during an Occupy protest in 2014 was berated by a magistrate for causing confusion by submitting “alternative” facts on the case to the court.
Former superintendent Frankly Chu, 57, earlier pleaded not guilty to one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, an offence punishable by three years’ imprisonment.
The charge followed claims by prosecutors that Chu hit passer-by Osman…
July 14, 2017 at 06:45PM
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