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  • 21 February 2019 | The Kota Kinabalu Court Complex, Sabah

    Meeting Judicial Appointments Commission at Kota Kinabalu

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  • 11 January 2019 | Palace of Justice, Putrajaya

    Judicial Knowledge Sharing and Tour 2019 :
    YB Mohamed Hanipa Maidin, Deputy Minister in The Prime Minister's Department (Law)

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  • 5 April 2019 | Palace of Justice, Putrajaya

    4th Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission in 2019

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  • The 1st Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission was held on 17th January 2019 (Thursday) at Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex, Sabah.

    The meeting was conducted for the first time at the new Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex, Sabah since the building fully started its operation in September 2018. This meeting was held in conjunction with the "Opening Legal Year of Sabah and Sarawak 2019" on 18th January 2019, also at the Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex, Sabah.

  • In conjunction with the Judicial Appointments Commission’s Meeting held on October 9, 2017, the members of the Commission paid a courtesy visit on His Excellency Yang di-Pertua Negeri Sabah at the State Palace, Kota Kinabalu. Sabah. His Excellency was briefed by the Rt. Hon. Tun Raus Sharif as the Chairman of the Commission on the performances and achievements of the Judiciary as well as the improvements of the institution.

    The program is followed by the monthly Meeting of the Judicial Appointments Commission at the Kota Kinabalu, High Court. The Commissioners were briefed on the disposal of civil and criminal cases in the High Court as well as in the Session and Magistrate Court respectively.

    After the briefing, the members of the Commission visited the new Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex and were briefed on the progress of the construction which was expected to complete in 2018.

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  • The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) meetings are held once a month as provided for under section 13(1) of Act 695. Generally, the issues discussed and deliberated upon in JAC meetings include initiatives to improve the performance of the Judiciary. Furthermore, the meetings also focus on the efforts to increase the performance of the superior court judges through the implementation of organised training programmes in order to increase the quality of judgments and case management.

  • The 4th Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission was held on 18th April 2018 (Wednesday) at Kota Bharu Courts Complex, Kelantan.

    The meeting started with Performance and Statistics Reports of Kelantan High Court by The Honourable Dato’ Ahmad bin Bache, Judicial Commissioner of Kota Bharu High Court; and Performance and Statistics Reports of Kelantan Lower Court by YBrs. Tuan Haji Jamaludin bin Haji Mat, Director of the Kelantan State Court. The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Raus Sharif, Chairman of the Commission was pleased with the presentation and reports of Kelantan Courts achievements.

    The next program then continued with a Project Briefing of the new Kota Bharu Court Complex Site in Tunjung at 11.00 am. Public Works Department and Legal Affairs Division have organized the briefing on the status of the project. The briefing was given by YBrs. Tuan Ir. Kamaluddin bin Haji Abdul Rashid, Deputy Director of Public Works (Building Sector) and followed by a short visit of the commission members to the project site.

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  • The 4th Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission was held on 18th April 2018 (Wednesday) at Kota Bharu Courts Complex, Kelantan.

    The meeting started with Performance and Statistics Reports of Kelantan High Court by The Honourable Dato’ Ahmad bin Bache, Judicial Commissioner of Kota Bharu High Court; and Performance and Statistics Reports of Kelantan Lower Court by YBrs. Tuan Haji Jamaludin bin Haji Mat, Director of the Kelantan State Court. The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Raus Sharif, Chairman of the Commission was pleased with the presentation and reports of Kelantan Courts achievements.

    The next program then continued with a Project Briefing of the new Kota Bharu Court Complex Site in Tunjung at 11.00 am. Public Works Department and Legal Affairs Division have organized the briefing on the status of the project. The briefing was given by YBrs. Tuan Ir. Kamaluddin bin Haji Abdul Rashid, Deputy Director of Public Works (Building Sector) and followed by a short visit of the commission members to the project site.

  • Meeting of the Judicial Appointments Commission No. 1/2018 was held on 19 January 2018 (Friday) at Miri, Sarawak. This meeting was the first meeting held outside Putrajaya this year and was first held at Miri.

    Before attending the meeting in theafternoon, members of the Commission attended the "Opening of the Sabah and Sarawak Legislation Year 2018" at the Miri Court in the morning. The Right Honourable Tun Raus Sharif, Chief Justice was officiating the Sarawak Mobile Court Bus at the event. While in the evening, members of the Commission have attended the "Gala Dinner" organized by the Advocates Association of Sarawak.

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  • The Judicial Appointments Commission had held the eighth meeting in 2016 at the Meeting Room in Kota Bharu Courts Complex, Kelantan on August 4, 2016.

    Prior to the meeting, the program initiated with Site Inauguration Ceremony of the New Kota Bharu Courts Complex in Tunjung at 8.45 am. The complex, which received almost RM100 million provision, will be built on 2.68 hectares area and is expected to be completed in April 2020. The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Arifin bin Zakaria had officiated the ceremony.

    The next program continued with Briefing and Meeting of the Judicial Appointments Commission at 11.30 am. The briefing was given by The Honourable Tuan Ahmad bin Bache, Judge of the High Court of Malaya and Mr. Adli bin Abd. Ghalib, State Court Director of Kelantan regarding statistics on disposal of civil and criminal cases in all courts in the state of Kelantan. In overall, The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Arifin bin Zakaria, Chairman of the Commission was satisfied with the Kelantan Courts achievements.

  • The Judicial Appointments Commission had held its monthly meeting No. 7 of 2016 at the Meeting Room in Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex, Sabah on July 22, 2016.

    Before the meeting, members of the Commission had been briefed by Mr. Dean Wayne Daly, the Registrar of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak, Mr. Indra bin Haji Ayub, State Court Director and Mrs. Elsie Primus, Deputy Registrar (Administration), High Court of Kota Kinabalu regarding the improvements made by the Sabah courts in enhancing its service delivery to the public and statistics on disposal of civil and criminal cases in all courts in the state of Sabah. The Right Honourable Chief Justice Tun Arifin bin Zakaria, Chairman of the Commission is satisfied with the achievements of the Sabah courts in disposing all registered cases.

    After the briefing, members of the Commission were brought for a site visit at the new Kota Kinabalu Courts Complex and briefed on the progress of the construction which is expected to be completed in April 2017. 

  • 7 November 2019 | Melaka Court Complex, Ayer Keroh, Melaka

    11th Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission

     

    8 November 2019 | Pulau Besar, Melaka

    Outreach Programme in Pulau Besar, Melaka

  • The 11th Meeting of Judicial Appointments Commission was held on Thursday, 7th November 2019 at Melaka Courts Complex. The meeting started with Performance and Statistics Reports of Melaka High Court by The Honourable Datuk Wira Haji Ahmad Nasfy bin Haji Yasin, High Court Judge of Melaka; and Performance and Statistics Reports of Melaka Lower Court by YBhg. Dato’ Haji Mohd Nasir bin Nordin, Director of the Melaka Courts. The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tan Sri Tengku Maimun binti Tuan Mat, Chairman of the Commission is satisfied with the presentation and reports of Melaka Courts achievements. The programme was followed by a meeting session and visit around the Melaka Courts Complex.

    The programme then continued with an Outreach Programme in Pulau Besar, Melaka on Friday, 8th November 2019. Members of the Judicial Appointments Commission departed by boat from the Jeti Marina to Pulau Besar at 8.15 am. Upon arrival at the Pulau Besar, members of the commission were briefed and taken to visit the Pulau Besar Museum and then around Pulau Besar. Members of the commission departed back to the Jeti Marina at 11.15 am.

     

  • The Judicial Appointments Commission had held the twelfth meeting in 2016 at the Johor Bahru Courts, Johor on December 20, 2016 (Tuesday).

    Prior to the meeting, all members of the meeting was accompanied by the staff of the Johor Bahru Courts to visit Division of Implementation and Auctions, Johor Bahru Courts Complex.

    The next program continued with briefing at 9.00 am and meeting of the Judicial Appointments Commission at 11.00 am. The briefing was given by The Honourable Tan Sri Ahmad bin Haji Maarop, Federal Court Judge as Managing Judge for North Johor Courts and The Honourable Dato’ Setia Haji Mohd Zawawi bin Salleh, Judge of the Court of Appeal as Managing Judge for South Johor Courts regarding statistics on disposal of civil and criminal cases in all courts in the state of Johor.

    In overall, The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Arifin bin Zakaria, Chairman of the Commission was satisfied with the Johor Courts achievements. The meeting finished at 12.00 pm.

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  • The Judicial Appointments Commission had held the twelfth meeting in 2016 at the Johor Bahru Courts, Johor on December 20, 2016 (Tuesday).

    Prior to the meeting, all members of the meeting was accompanied by the staff of the Johor Bahru Courts to visit Division of Implementation and Auctions, Johor Bahru Courts Complex.

    The next program continued with briefing at 9.00 am and meeting of the Judicial Appointments Commission at 11.00 am. The briefing was given by The Honourable Tan Sri Ahmad bin Haji Maarop, Federal Court Judge as Managing Judge for North Johor Courts and The Honourable Dato’ Setia Haji Mohd Zawawi bin Salleh, Judge of the Court of Appeal as Managing Judge for South Johor Courts regarding statistics on disposal of civil and criminal cases in all courts in the state of Johor.

    In overall, The Right Honourable Chief Justice, Tun Arifin bin Zakaria, Chairman of the Commission was satisfied with the Johor Courts achievements. The meeting finished at 12.00 pm.

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  • The Judicial Appointments Commission held its monthly meeting No. 3/2012 at the Ipoh Court Complex, Perak on 15 March 2012. The Commissioners visited several sections of the court such as the Registry of the Sessions / Magistrates Court and the Registry of the High Court. The aim of the visit was to look at the various ways undertaken by the courts in Ipoh to improve its delivery system.

    After the visit, the Commissioners were briefed by YA Dato’ Jeffrey Tan Kok Wha, Court Of Appeal Judge, as the Managing Judge of Perak, and Tuan Roslan Bin Haji Abu Bakar, Court Director of Perak on the disposal of the backlog of cases and new cases in the various courts in Perak.

  • The Judicial Appointments Commission held its monthly meeting No. 2/2011 at High Court Kota Bharu pada 17 February 2011. The Commissioners visited several sections of the court such as the Registry of the Sessions / Magistrates Court and the Registry of the High Court. The aim of the visit was to look at the various ways undertaken by the courts in Kelantan to improve its delivery system.

    At the Kota Bharu Court, the Commissioners were briefed on the measures taken to address the issue of cases which were considered old and how those acses were disposed of timely and efficiently as well as the use of Mediation in both the High Court and Sessions Court as a proven method to reduce backlog of cases. The Commissioners then witnessed the mediation process (court-assisted mediation) in an actual motor vehicle accident case conducted by Justice Zainal bin L. Saleh, Sessions
    Court Judge, Kota Bharu. A briefing on the status of criminal and civil cases in the Kelantan courts and the effort to reduce the backlog of cases was later given by Justice Zaidi bin Ibrahim, High Court Judge, Kota Bharu and Datin Siti Mariam binti Haji Othman, State Director of the Kelantan Court.

    The Commissioners were satisfied with the rate of achievement in the disposal of cases that were backlogged. In the civil mattes, only cases filed in the year 2010 were pending disposal whereas cases which were backlogged from previous years were fully disposed of. This was also the situation with the 28,081 cases involving traffic
    offences, of which all were filed in 2010.

     

  • The Judicial Appointments Commission held its monthly meeting No. 12/2012 at the Kota Kinabalu Court Complex, Sabah on 3 December 2012.The Commissioners were briefed by Tuan Ismail Bin Brahim, Court Director of Sabah on the disposal of the backlog of cases and new cases in the various courts in Sabah.The aim of the meeting was to look at the various ways undertaken by the courts in Kota Kinabalu to improve its delivery system.

    After meeting session, The Right Honourable Tun Arifin bin Zakaria launched book " The Civil Trial Guidebook" It has 42 chapters and is a compilation by 51 contributors, including judges, judicial commissioners and judicial officers.The publication was a two-year effort spearheaded by Chief Judge of the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak, The Right Honourable Tan SriDatuk Seri Panglima Richard Malanjum.The three editors of the book are Judicial Commissioner The Honourable Tuan Ravinthran a/l N. Paramaguru, Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court judge Dato' Jagjit Singh a/l Bant Singh and Senior Assistant Registrar Pradeep Singh a/l Argan Singh.The guidebook is a project of the Kelab Sukan dan Rekreasi Sabah dan Sarawak. Royalties from its sales would be donated to orphanages in both states.

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    The Judicial Appointments Commission held its monthly meeting No. 4/2013 at the Kuantan Court Complex, Pahang on 3 April 2013. The Commissioners visited several sections of the court such as the Registry of the Sessions / Magistrates Court and the Registry of the High Court. The aim of the visit was to look at the various ways undertaken by the courts in Kuantan to improve its delivery system.

    After the visit, the Commissioners were briefed by YA Dato' Sri Mariana binti Haji Yahya , High Court Judge Kuantan on the disposal of the backlog of cases and new cases in the various courts in Kuantan.The aim of the meeting was to look at the various ways undertaken by the courts in Kuantan to improve its delivery system.

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