Serving Singapore's interests and upholding the rule of law through sound advice, effective representation, fair and independent prosecution and accessible legislation.
The past year has been an extremely trying one for the country, and no less for my Chambers. It has been a real test of our fortitude, our commitment to defend and advance Singapore’s interests, and our ability to adapt to unforeseen difficulties brought about by the COVID-19 virus. I am very proud of the good work my Chambers has done over the past year...
The piece sheds light on how the Attorney-General’s Chambers’ (AGC) practice of proposing sentencing frameworks assist the Courts in criminal matters. While the judge is the one who ultimately decides the sentence, such frameworks also helps AGC to take a consistent and principled approach when proposing sentences for similar offences.
In this video interview, Deputy Chief Prosecutor Mohamed Faizal speaks on how prosecutors remain objective in carrying out their prosecutorial duties and serving the public interest. This interview also addresses common misperceptions the public may have on charging decisions and sentencing.