Tuesday, December 1, 2015   

Erwiana's former boss faces new summonses
(04-29 12:21)

New summonses have been laid against the former employer of Indonesian maid Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, accusing her of failing to pay more than HK$28,000 of wages, and making her work on rest days and public holidays.
The defendant, Law Wan-tung, already faces other charges including assault for allegedly abusing Erwiana and two other helpers.
No plea was entered at the Kwuntong Court.
The case was adjourned for mention again on May 20th, to enable the prosecution to prepare to transfer the case to the District Court.
Law's bail was extended until her next hearing. --RTHK   
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