Kota Kinablu: Sabah Court Houses

Finally, a break from food related entries.

We dropped by Sabah Court House to check out the court. Sabah Court House houses the magistrate court, sessions court and high court of Kota Kinabalu.

On the front gate lies a notice informing that the night courts starts from 6am and ends at 8pm. A night court session is usually held in the evening to hear traffic cases.
I was quite surprised that they hold night courts. Another court in Malaysia which has this practice is the Kuala Lumpur High Court. In most of the Malaysian courts, Court sessions start at 9a.m (in practice, they rarely start at 9am sharp).

In a language that I dont understand..
I guess one of the reasons they have night courts is to reduce the amount of people in Court in the morning (hence more parking space!).

design so lousy..kekekek
We roamed freely around the Court and even managed to get to the backyard. While walking around the empty court, we saw one notice board with three (3) pictures of a face of a little girl. It’s a composite photo of the recent missing girl, Sharlinie in 3 different appearances, bald, with tudong and with hair.

Sharlinie has been missing since she was allegedly taken away while playing at her local playground since January 2008. Many fear that she will suffer the same fate as Nurin Jazlin, who was found sexually assaulted and dead in a bag.
Upon my return to Kuala Lumpur, I found out that the composite pictures were created by wahdi. Great job wahdi!
Related Links:
the story begins: Take note of this entry!
In Memory of Nurin Jazlin – Blog set up by Nurin Jazlin’s uncle
Nurin Jazlin – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Corpse Was Nurin Jazlin Jazimin! The Story of A Missing Child! at Weddings, Celebrity Gossips & Personals @ Syokkahwin.com

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