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Litigant in person jailed for contempt in family case

23rd November 2023

Law Gazette

A judge has acknowledged the ‘extremely high’ prison population before sentencing a litigant in person who recorded private adoption proceedings to four months in prison.

Jason-Steven: Wong made a covert audio recording of a private family court hearing in adoption application proceedings before giving the recording and associated documents to another individual. The recording was subsequently published on YouTube.

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