(VOV) - Receiving Slovakia’s Supreme Court Chairman Stefan Harabin in Hanoi on June 3, State President Truong Tan Sang expressed his belief Slovakia, with its developed judiciary, will help Vietnam modernise its court system.
The Hanoi People’s Court on January 8 sentenced Duong Tu Trong, former Deputy Director of Haiphong city's Police Department, to 18 years’ imprisonment on a charge of organising for a wanted person to flee abroad.
Microsoft Vietnam and Lac Viet Company on December 18 announced that they have filed a lawsuit against a Taiwanese company, Gold Long John Dong Nai International, for software piracy.
Vietnam wishes to exchange experience with Bulgaria in personnel training and organisation reform in order to raise the efficiency of the court’s performance.
(VOV) - Experts from the Ministry of Justice and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), examined a draft decree on commercial conciliation in HCM City on July 10.
(VOV) - The HCM City People’s Court on April 17 sentenced Pham Nguyen Thanh Binh, 30, to three years in prison on a charge of ‘conducting propaganda against the Socialist Republic of Vietnam’.
The Haiphong City People’s Court on April 5 handed down jail terms of up to five years to farmers involved in coercive land reclamation in Vinh Quang commune, Tien Lang district, Hai Phong city on charges of “murder and resisting on-duty officials”.
(VOV) - Chief Judge of Vietnam’s Supreme People’s Court, Truong Hoa Binh, and his French counterpart, Vincent Lamanda signed a cooperative agreement in Paris on March 29.
The People’s Court in the central province of Phu Yen on January 28 began a trial of 22 members of a reactionary organisation on the charge of conducting activities aimed at overthrowing the people’s administration.
(VOV) - The cross-border organised crime situation is getting more complicated and threatens to cause instability, says Chief Judges of Vietnam’s Supreme People’s Court Truong Hoa Binh.
The Supreme People’s Court on August 30 upheld a 20-year jail term handed down at the March 2012 trial for former Chairman of the Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin) Pham Thanh Binh who was found guilty of intentionally violating State regulations.
The Supreme People's Court opened a three-day hearing to consider the appeals of eight out of the nine defendants who have been indicted for intentionally violating the State's economic management regulations, causing serious consequences.
The People's Court of the central province of Ninh Thuan on June 6 sentenced a local resident to five years in prison for slandering the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.