The High Court had ruled that he could not be represented by his own lawyer, but only by the state legal adviser. Three times the courts have ruled as such.
You know what sort of lawyer he has "representing" him?
Earlier, Sivakumar, who was waiting for his case to be called, was seen approaching assistant state legal adviser Zulkarnain Hassan, who had entered the courtroom at about 9.50am, but Zulkarnain avoided speaking to him and was later seen sitting with lawyers acting for the three independents.What kind of representation can Zulkarnain give him? He refuses to speak to the one he is supposed to defend and instead, sits with the lawyers of the accusing party! I wonder what law school he went to.
If you ever wondered if there is justice in Malaysia and whether the civil service is impartial, look at what's happening to Sivakumar, and Lulu thinks you'd wonder no more.