Maybank KL Main branch assistant manager Halijah Abdul Wahab will today be cross-examined by Datuk Seri Najib Razak's lead counsel Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.
“Our clients have the right to remain silent and the privilege of self-incrimination," Rosmah's counsels argued.
Justice Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali fixed the date after Deputy Public Prosecutor Allan Suman Pillai told the court that the prosecution has finished submitting all documents related to the case to Mohd Isa's defence team and suggested that a mention date be fixed a month before the scheduled trial date, which is set to begin on Oct 7.
Today's application was to ensure that Semantan Estates' application is not frivolous, vexatious and an abuse of the court process.
Najib and Mohd Irwan are jointly facing six charges of criminal breach of trust involving RM6.64 billion of government funds for payments to IPIC.
The Court of Appeal's three-member bench, led by Justice Datuk Umi Kalthum Abdul Majid, was unanimous in its dismissal of the appeal.
"This case, there is no predicate offence in these set of charges and we are considering to strike out these charges,"
Goh's lawyers M Puravalen and Ragunath Kesavan informed High Court judge Justice Mohamed Zaini Mazlan that they would be acting for her after deputy public prosecutor (DPP) Muhammad Shukri Hussain, who appeared together with DPP Fatnin Yusof and DPP Liew Horng Bin, informed the court that they were unsuccessful in serving the papers to Goh.
The bench, led by Federal Court judge Justice Tan Sri Azahar Mohamed, ruled that High Court judge Justice Collin Lawrence Sequerah had used his discretion judiciously and that the appellate court would not interfere unless the judge applied or used a wrong law principle.