The Hanoi people’s court has imprisoned former chairman of the PetroVietnam Manpower Development and Services Joint Stock Company Dao Thanh Long on charges of “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management to cause severe consequences”.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand is taking measures to ensure Vietnamese fishermen being detained in the country are treated in line with local and international laws, Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh said on March 28.
Two men were sentenced to jail in southern Vietnam on March 18 after being found guilty of robbing a Japanese man of his phone last year.
President Truong Tan Sang presented the Friendship Order to President of the Supreme Court of Russia Mikhailovich Lebedev in Hanoi on March 2 in honour of his dedication to ties between Vietnamese and Russian court sectors.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) declared partially invalid an anti-dumping regulation on certain leather footwear imports to the EU from China and Vietnam.
A court in the Republic of Korea (RoK) has sentenced seven Indonesian crew members of a fishing vessel to 10-25 years in prison for killing their Vietnamese colleague last year, Vietnam News Agency reported on February 19.
A court in the southern province of Soc Trang has sentenced three people to between five and seven years in jail for trafficking two women to China in 2014.
A court in Ho Chi Minh City has ordered a Chinese man to pay VND20 million in fines for trading nearly VND3 billion worth of LED lights without any license, local media reported.
Former general director of a leasing company Vu Quoc Hao was sentenced to 18 years in prison on December 10, leaving him with two death penalties and nearly half a century to spend behind bars from previous convictions.
A Singapore court on October 14 issued the jail terms for four employees in an electronics shop, which cheated many foreign visitors including a Vietnamese one who bought an iPhone 6 there last year, according to Singaporean news website Channel News Asia.
A Ho Chi Minh City court has sentenced a South African man to seven years in jail for his role in an elaborate con to swindle a local woman out of US$9,000.
A court in central Vietnam on September 14 sentenced a man to 4 years in prison for using stolen IDs to appropriate US$11,502 from online payment transactions between US-based Square Company and a customer.
The People's Court of Long Bien District in Hanoi on September 9 handed down jail terms to two defendants in a child trafficking case that was uncovered at Bo De Pagoda last year.
A Bangkok court issued an arrest warrant on August 19 for a foreigner suspected of carrying out the Erawan shrine bombing in the Thai capital that killed at least 20 people.
The High-level People’s Court in Ho Chi Minh City made its debut on August 14 in the presence of Chief Judge of the Supreme People's Court Truong Hoa Binh.
The UN-backed Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) commenced appeal hearings for two former Khmer Rouge leaders on July 2 who were accused of crimes against humanity last year.
A Vietnam court has upheld the sentences of 14 and 16 years in jail for a man and a woman who belonged to a ring that sold four babies last year for US$4,170 in total.
A court seeking justice for millions of Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims opened in the outlying French city of Evry on April 16, a case lodged by French-Vietnamese Tran To Nga who spent 5 years collecting legal and scientific evidence for the process.
The courts of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia have agreed to increase the sharing of experience in preventing and fighting crimes by improving knowledge on legal issues and judgment in each country.
(VOV) - About thirty European scholars attending a recent workshop in Norway refuted China’s groundless claim of the ‘nine-dash line’ or ‘U-shaped line’ in the East Sea, saying it cannot be used for sovereign negotiations.