IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE
HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
COURT OF APPEAL
CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 63 OF 2002
(ON APPEAL FROM DCCC 964 OF 2001)
Coram: Hon Mayo VP in Court
Date of Hearing: 19 July 2002
Date of Judgment: 19 July 2002
J U D G M E N T
1. No satisfactory grounds have been advanced by the applicant concerning his convictions. He simply states that he was doing what hisemployer told him to do. He said that he was now prepared to make a statement to the police concerning him.
2. If he is prepared to do this and the information he gives is helpful and leads to any person being convicted of any offence, it ispossible that he might receive some reduction of his sentence if executive clemency was to be exercised. This, of course, is separateand independent of this application.
3. The applicant has also not advanced any satisfactory grounds in support of his application for leave to appeal against his sentences.Both applications for leave to appeal against conviction and sentence are accordingly dismissed.
Mr Simon Tso, SGC, of the Department of Justice, for the Respondent.
Applicant in person.