( Vnexpressnews ) – Lawyer defended Mr. Nguyen Huu Linh who shared after the trial closed his client.
Around 10:30 am, District 4 People’s Court decided to return the file to investigate additional cases of former Deputy Director of Da Nang People’s Procuratorate – Nguyen Huu Linh was prosecuted for being sexually assaulted under 16 years old.
Responding to the press after the trial, lawyer Tran Ba Hoc – defending defendant Nguyen Huu Linh – said the trial had just finished the questioning session, the representative of the Procuracy asked questions to clarify Mr. Linh’s behavior. , the lawyer asks the assessor about the assessment.
After the interrogation, the Panel made a decision to return the files for additional investigation.
Mr. Nguyen Huu Linh left the trial.
Judge Nguyen Hai Nam – Deputy Chief Justice of District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, the chairman of the court said that the Panel requested to re-examine the images obtained from the camera to determine the exact behavior of the accused, by the conclusion Assessment essays have subjective words that do not clearly prove the objective behavior of the accused.
Lawyer Tran Ba Hoc said that when participating in the trial, defendant Nguyen Huu Linh had a sincere attitude, repented and cooperated with legal authorities to answer questions from these agencies.
Because the affected party has an application for trial in absentia and requests a close hearing, the trial is closed, not allowing any reporter or citizen to enter the room to follow the trial.
In addition to the Trial Panel, the defendant, the defendant’s lawyer, the assessor of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Criminal Engineering and the Center for Forensic Expertise under the HCMC Department of Health were also summoned to the court to clarify the issues. assessment conclusions, ensuring the trial is objective, fair and strict.
Mr. Nguyen Huu Linh fled the reporter lens when he came to court.
The police force and the defense force closed the two alleys leading into the court and a police fence, and the people stood in line across the gate.