Datin Rozita Did Not Appear In High Court For Her Sentence Review Hearing

A personnel with the Royal Military Air Force who bailed her out, also went 'missing'.


Datin Rozita Mohamed Ali, who pleaded guilty to causing grievous hurt to her maid, did not appear in High Court today, 21 March, for a scheduled review hearing of her 'good behaviour bond' sentence

A notice of urgency was filed on Monday before a Shah Alam High Court deputy registrar for the Datin's sentencing review hearing by Selangor Prosecution Director Muhammad Iskandar Ahmad, the Star Online had reported earlier.

However, nor Datin Rozita or her bailor could be located by prosecutors today for the sentence appeal hearing in the High Court, reported the Malay Mail Online.

Datin Rozita photographed at the PJ Magistrate's Court with her lawyer Mohd Yazer Yazid on 15 March.


The Selangor Prosecution Director told the High Court today that he and his team had gone to serve the notice of urgency, however, they could not find the Datin at the two homes listed to her

The two homes listed to Rozita are in Damansara and her family home in Malacca. However, the Selangor Prosecution Director's team found both to be vacant.

"We also went to (the) address of the bailor. First, there were problems and then we entered the home, and the bailor’s home was empty," the Malay Mail Online reported Iskandar Ahmad as telling the High Court.

According to theSundaily, the bailor, who also could not be located, is a personnel with the Royal Military Air Force. The government officer's home is in the Subang base.

The Malay Mail added that the prosecutor team went twice to the bailor's home.

Selangor Prosecution Director Muhamad Iskandar Ahmad speaks to reporters at the Shah Alam High Court.

Image via Barita Harian

Meanwhile, the High Court judge, Tun Abd Majid Tun Hamzah, hearing the appeal, has given the Selangor Prosecution Director until 29 March to trace and bring Rozita and her bailor to court

According to theSundaily, the judge postponed today's review hearing to March 29, while adding that Datin Rozita's bailor being a government officer, there is a possibility that action can be taken against him for not appearing in court today.

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