Indonesia: Cases - Bali

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'''PLEASE NOTE: OPENTRIAL IS NOT IN A POSITION TO ENDORSE OR VOUCH FOR THE INDIVIDUALS WHOSE CASES WE DETAIL; BUT WE DO UPHOLD THEIR RIGHT TO FAIR LEGAL PROCESS'''
'''PLEASE NOTE: OPENTRIAL IS NOT IN A POSITION TO ENDORSE OR VOUCH FOR THE INDIVIDUALS WHOSE CASES WE DETAIL; BUT WE DO UPHOLD THEIR RIGHT TO FAIR LEGAL PROCESS'''

Latest revision as of 16:30, 7 November 2017

Because the justice sector is dysfunctional, it is extremely risky for any foreigner to enter into a legal relationship of any sort in Indonesia. Here are just five of a large number of cases of a similar type from Bali in which foreigners have become victims of the courts, police and prosecutors:


PLEASE NOTE: OPENTRIAL IS NOT IN A POSITION TO ENDORSE OR VOUCH FOR THE INDIVIDUALS WHOSE CASES WE DETAIL; BUT WE DO UPHOLD THEIR RIGHT TO FAIR LEGAL PROCESS

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