Proposing fines up to 1 million dong in case lawyers give opinions without permission of the presiding judge in Vietnam

National Assembly Standing Committee for comments Draft Ordinance on handling of administrative violations for acts of obstructing legal proceedings. In which, a fine of up to 1 million dong is proposed if the lawyer presents his opinion without the permission of the presiding judge of the trial in Vietnam.


Proposing a fine of up to 1 million dong, the lawyer gives his opinion without the permission of the presiding judge in Vietnam (Illustration)

Specifically, Clause 1, Article 13 of the Draft stipulates a warning or a fine of between VND 100,000 and 1,000,000 for the following violations of court rules:

- Failure to comply with the security check of the force responsible for protecting the court hearing in Vietnam;

- Persons under 16 years old who have been reminded but still enter the court room, unless summoned by the court to participate in the court session;
- Eating, smoking, wearing inappropriate clothes, using cell phones in the courtroom to cause disorder at the court hearing in Vietnam;
Wearing hats, hats, or colored glasses in the courtroom without a valid reason and without the consent of the presiding judge and other acts affecting the sanctity and prestige of the Court despite being reminded reminder in Vietnam;

- Failing to stand up when the Trial Panel enters the court room or when the Trial Panel pronounces a sentence or does not stand when giving opinions or when the Procurator announces the indictment or prosecution decision without the presiding judge of the court session. allow; present opinions without the consent of the presiding judge of the court session; other acts of causing disorder at the court hearing, not following the direction of the presiding judge of the trial despite being reminded;

- The defendant in temporary detention contacts other people who are not his defense counsels without permission of the presiding judge of the trial;

- The journalist fails to comply with the Court's request to present the journalist's card and work introduction when attending the court hearing to report on the court's developments; failing to properly comply with the instructions of the court clerk or the police force protecting the court about the working area; failing to comply with the direction of the presiding judge of the trial despite being reminded in Vietnam;
- Court participants fail to present summons, invitations and other relevant papers at the Court's request despite being reminded in Vietnam;

- A person participating in a court hearing at the request of the Court to leave the courtroom while the trial is taking place without a plausible reason and without the consent of the presiding judge;

- Leaving the electronic device in the state of turning off the camera or turning off the microphone sound despite being reminded by the presiding judge for an online trial in Vietnam;

- To speak when not requested, to create other noises while the electronic device is in open mode, affecting the court hearing despite being reminded by the presiding judge;

- Get up or leave during the trial without the permission of the presiding judge.

See more at the Draft Ordinance on handling of administrative violations for acts of obstructing legal proceedings in Vietnam.

Nhu Mai
 

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