The Investigation Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security has begun legal proceedings against another five officials of the State-owned telecommunication giant Mobifone for their role in a major corruption case.
Hanoi Police have commenced legal proceedings against and detained three people on the charge of running a commercial surrogacy ring, local police said on August 21.
The investigation agency of Khanh Hoa province’s Police has started legal proceedings against Tran Vu Hai, head of the law firm Tran Vu Hai, and his accomplices on a charge of “tax evasion”, the Ministry of Public Security announced on July 2.
VOV.VN -Two suspects have been arrested for trafficking a nine-year-old girl to China by police in Ky Son district, Nghe An province.
The Investigation Police Department for Drug-Related Criminals under the Ministry of Public Security has issued a decision to start legal proceedings for a major drug trafficking case involving four defendants, including one Chinese national, for the illegal transporting and smuggling of drugs.
The Ministry of Public Security announced on December 10 that its Investigation Police Agency has started legal proceedings against the temporarily detained former General Director Truong Van Tuyen and Deputy General Director Pham Thanh Son of the Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (Vinashin).
Police in the northern province of Lai Chau have decided to start legal proceeding after an accident between a concrete mixer truck and a coach on National High No 4D through Tam Duong district which left 13 dead on September 15.
The People’s Procuracy in the central province of Binh Thuan on August 29 approved the launch of legal proceedings against 17 more people concerning the disturbance of public order at the provincial People’s Committee headquarters last June.
Police of northern Quang Ninh province on August 9 officially instituted a criminal case and started legal proceedings against two Chinese nationals for robbery.
The Investigation Police Agency of Binh Thuan province’s Police on June 15 decided to start legal proceedings against people involved in disturbances in Phan Ri Cua town in Tuy Phong district, and Phan Thiet city on June 10-11.
The Investigation Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security has decided to start legal proceedings against Dinh Manh Thang, Director of the Petro Song Da Trading and Investment JSC for his alleged links to serious violations in PVC.
The Investigation Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security on December 8 issued a decision to arrest and start legal proceedings against Dinh La Thang, former Chairman of the Member Council of PetroVietnam (PVN).
Police in the central province of Nghe An on July 24 arrested Le Dinh Luong on suspicion of conducting activities aiming at overthrowing the State.
Hanoi’s investigation agency began legal proceedings against Nguyen Dieu Linh, owner of the karaoke bar at No. 68 Tran Thai Tong street in Cau Giay district, whose 13 customers were killed by a fire on November 1.
Legal proceedings were launched against nine people involved in an illegal pomu (Fokienia) tree deforestation case in La Dee commune, Nam Giang district, the central province of Quang Nam, heard a press conference in the locality on August 25.
A former chairman of the People’s Committee of Vung Tau City in southern Vietnam has been indicted over alleged wrongdoings concerning a real estate project in the city during his time in office.
An underage girl in north-central Vietnam has been rescued from being sold at VND100 million (US$4,487) from Vietnam to China, local police said.
Businesses and banks in Vietnam still resolve disputes through the courts, even though arbitration and mediation remain the most popular methods throughout the world in dealing with banking disputes.
The Ministry of Public Security’s Investigation Agency launched legal proceedings on Kim Quoc Hoa, former editor-in-chief of Nguoi Cao Tuoi (The Elderly) newspaper on May 11 and examined his private home and workplace.
The People's Court of Hoa Binh province sentenced eight people to death and five others to life imprisonment for trafficking 189.35kg of heroin on January 19.