Lawyers in the 19 September case petitioned the Criminal Court’s chief judge to investigate and review its measures and ensure a transparent and fair trial

On 22 April 2021, at 10:00 am, 21 lawyers from Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) and its network filed a petition to the Chief Justice of the Criminal Court concerning the challenges and obstacles they have faced while providing legal assistance for political activists from the “Ratsadon” group. The petition is linked to the […]



Court denied bail for eight activists, claiming no reason to overturn original decisions and insisting Arnon’s claim on life-threatening in prison constituted no valid reason

*Updated 7 April 2021 On 16 March 2021, the Court denied bail for eight defendants after their lawyers and family members filed for a temporary release during the inquiry and trial phases, reasoning the Anon’s fate stemmed from correctional officers’ attempts to detain Jatupat and Panupong outside their prison units on 15 March 2021. The […]



Three more prominent leaders, all accused of violating Section112, denied bail in the wake of the indictment of 18 Ratsadon activists in the #19SeptRestoringPeoplePower demonstration case

Today (8 March 2020) at the Office of Attorney General on Ratchadapisek Road, the public prosecutors indicted 18 members of the “Ratsadon” movement cases related to the #19SeptRestoringPeoplePower demonstration. They are accused of violating the Penal Code’s Sections 112 and 116 and other 9 charges. They were then brought to the court for bail hearing […]



The plaint of pounding “Mike-Penguin’s” prisoner vehicle, 7.5 years with their bail request denied of suspects, while one insisting not participating in the assembly.

24 February 2021, public prosecutors of the Office of Attorney General (Department of Special Litigation 5) indicted Nutthanon Chaimahabutra and other four suspects in the Black Criminal Case no. O.420/2021 allegedly for “illegal assembly of ten persons and upward to do or threaten to do an act of violence, resisting or preventing an official from […]



23 citizens-juveniles charged with 28th February protest incident (#ม็อบ28กุมภา) before the court allows the bail.

On 28th February 2021, the police arrested 23 citizens divided into 19 citizens and 4 juveniles whose ages are under 18. The police disbanded the demonstration (#มอ็ บ28กุมภา) held by ‘REDEM’ group, and pressed 6 charges against 22 individuals and 5 charges against a citizen. The arrest took place at Din Daeng Metropolitan Police Station.  […]



The Court of Appeal denied a request to release 4 protest leaders, citing their speeches have tarnished the reputation of the monarchy, despite the lack of final verdict

On 15 February 2021 at 16.30 approximate, The Criminal Court read the order of the Court of Appeal to deny bail requests of 4 protest leaders of the “Ratsadon Group”, which is in accordance to the Court of First Instance. After 11 February 2021, the lawyer filed an appeal against the Court’s order denying bail […]



Plaints of 19 Sep. – MobFest rally, the four activists denied bails by the Court.

On 9 February 2021 at the Office of the Attorney General (Ratchadapisek Road), the public prosecutor indicted two cases; #14NovRally or so called MobFest held at the Democracy Monument on 14 Noverber 2020; and #19SepReturnPowerToPeople held at Sanam Luang and Thammasat University, Tha Phrachan campuse on 19-20 September 2020. For the former, Parit Chiwarak was […]



Complaint Disclosed: Students Submitted a Complaint to the Civil Court Calling for a Revocation of the Announcement of the Severe State of Emergency and Related Announcements / Orders and Request of a Temporary Injunction and Emergency Review Today.

21 Oct 2020 – Around 10.30, at the Civil Court, Ratchada Road, six students from Chulalongkorn and Thammasat Universities, on behalf of the public whose freedom of expression and rights to a political gathering have been violated, came to submit the case against three defendants: Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister, as the person who […]



Court Order Disclosed – Anon’s bail revoked – Mike’s conditions added. Both deny reapplication.

3 Sep 2020 – The Ratchadaphisek Criminal Court saw the hearing of the Samran Rat Police Station inquiry officer, who had submitted a request to revoke the bail granted for Mr. Anon Nampa and Panupong ‘Mike’ Jadnok in the #FreeYouth case. The background for the hearing was the arrest of the two activists on 7 […]


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