• Graft convictions of five Taiwanese judges rejected


    TAIPEI: Taiwan’s Supreme Court said on Friday it had rejected the final appeals of five senior judges who were handed lengthy prison sentences for bribery. The Supreme Court said it was upholding the sentences, meaning former High Court judge Tsai Kuang-chih will have to serve a 20-year term and pay a fine of Tw$3.5 million ($119,000) for taking bribes to meddle in two court cases.


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