July 23, 2019

In 1972, on a Friday afternoon and with a sense of urgency, a Parliament in Singapore considered a bill which seeks the “protection of our rights and the rights of our future generations to survive.”[1] Unfortunately, it isn’t the Singapore Armed Forces Bill[2] beloved...

July 2, 2019

A recent surge in the number of National Service (“NS”) evaders making the headlines of local newspapers has garnered much public attention, making it a hot topic yet again. These persons in question vary from individuals unaware of their responsibility to report for d...

January 4, 2019

This article is not legal advice. It only serves to raise awareness about Singapore’s Drug Laws, its application to Servicemen and the possible avenues they may have in the event that they are charged with drug related offences. Consult your attorney or Defending Offic...

October 1, 2018

The Military Justice Project (“MJP”) held its 4th annual Roundtable on 14th September 2018. Following annual tradition, this year’s Roundtable was graced with the familiar presence of several distinguished guests who have dedicated much of their services to Military La...

July 30, 2018

Pictured from left: Ng Jingrong, Hansel Konstantin Tantohari, Punya Charan

On the 29th April 2018, the Military Justice Project organized its first rendition of the Military Justice Awareness Day at the NUS Law BTC Courtyard. This project aims to raise awareness for the...

June 6, 2018

While the Officer Cadet School (OCS) prepares young National Servicemen/Servicewomen Full-time (NSF) for most post-commissioning responsibilities, the mandatory 9-month long course for all prospective commissioned officers is simply unable to cover the full range of ta...

February 3, 2018

Court processes may appear daunting. However, it is not impossible to understand them and having a clear grasp of what is required is crucial to ensuring a fair trial. This article will look into the process of preparing Appeals. There are two documents that Defending...

December 3, 2017

When this writer was a national serviceman, his bunkmate in the transport battalion was tasked with driving vehicles to different locations of the camp complex. Unfortunately for him, his vehicle collided head-on with an ambulance coming down from the opposite directio...

October 19, 2017

The SAF Detention Barracks (SAFDB/DB) serves as the army prison, and is located next to Kranji Camp. Charged servicemen who are sentenced to serve time in DB are forced to live within its cells according to the duration of their sentence. For Summary Trials, upon recei...

September 26, 2017

The Military Justice Project (MJP) held its 3rd annual Roundtable on the 25th August 2017. Convening a familiar panel of distinguished guests who have dedicated their services to the Military Law, students had the opportunity to discuss the more recent contentions with...

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