Mr. Low Chun Yee is a highly skilled advocate with a strong background in criminal law. After graduating from the National University of Singapore, Mr. Low joined the Attorney General’s Chambers as a Deputy Public Prosecutor / State Counsel for several years.
A seasoned litigator, Mr. Low’s extensive experience as a criminal litigator consists of numerous trials in both the High Court and State Courts, including capital cases for murder and drug offences. He has also developed and fine-tuned his oral and written advocacy skills at the appellate level with various Magistrate’s Appeals.
Having honed his criminal litigation skills and understood the internal workings of the prosecution, Mr. Low joined private practice in reputable mid-sized local firms. Mr. Low continues to apply his expertise in criminal law for the betterment of his clients.
Above all, Mr. Low is a pragmatic and effective lawyer, fighting to the utmost for his clients’ interests.
With his intimate knowledge of the criminal law and his experience on both sides of the equation, Mr. Low is able to secure the most optimal outcome for his clients.
Facing criminal investigations and/or charges can be a daunting experience.
Mr. Low is empathetic and offers unwavering support to his clients throughout their case.
Aside from criminal law, Mr. Low also has experience in civil litigation, Protection from Harassment Act matters, family law and wills. Mr. Low also provides corporate services such as the drafting and reviewing of contracts and agreements.
Mr. Low is a firm believer that justice should be accessible to all accused persons, regardless of their background. To date, he has helped over 120 accused persons on CLAS (Criminal Legal Aid Scheme) and LASCO (Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences).
Numerous judgments have been rendered on Mr Low’s cases. Some of the reported judgments include:
- PP v Mohammad Rosli bin Abdul Rahim  SGHC 252
- PP v Yap Lee Kok  SGDC 261
- PP v Surianny Binte Sulaiman  SGDC 182
- Tongbao (Singapore) Shipping Pte Ltd and another v Woon Swee Huat and others  SGHC 165
- PP v Lim See Yong  SGDC 135
- PP v Neo Keng Hua  SGMC 13
- PP v Chan Lie Sian  SGHC 205
- PP v Minjoot Sabestian Bernett  SGDC 43
- PP v Ang Zhu Ci Joshua  SGMC 2
- PP v Toh Eng Puey  SGDC 99
- PP v Fajri Bin Buang  SGDC 148
- PP v Balahrisknan s/o Kuppusamy  SGDC 76
- PP v Sivarajan s/o Darmarajan  SGDC 323
- PP v Ho Lian Wah  SGDC 143
- PP v Selvakumaran s/o Singaram  SGDC 78
- PP v Omar Bin Osman  SGDC 67
- PP v Adith s/o Sarvotham  3 SLR 649
- PP v Brendan Jeremiah Aw  SGDC 384
- PP v Mohamed Fadzil Bin Hashim  SGDC 68
- PP v Mohd Hamdan Bin Ahmad  SGDC 139
- PP v Joel Jonathan Selvanathan  SGDC 257
Having been on both sides, Chun Yee understands the workings of the criminal justice system intimately. In particular, he utilises his knowledge of the prosecutorial decision-making processes to walk his clients through the entire journey and aid them in achieving the best possible outcome for each case.
Media & Publications
https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/man-used-fake-name-meet-females-facebook-gets-jail-sex-acts-minor – Today Online, October 2020
Man jailed for threatening to spread ex-girlfriend’s sexually explicit video clip – Straits Times, April 2019
Woman involved in Hari Raya revenge attack that left two with burns pleads guilty – Channel NewsAsia, January 2019
Woman fined for throwing hot noodles at beer promoter over alleged insult – Yahoo, January 2019
Man who threw military explosive in forest to get back at supervisor jailed, fined – Yahoo, December 2018
Jail for stall assistant who rode e-scooter in a rash manner and knocked into woman – Straits Times, August 2018
Taxi driver jailed seven weeks for road rage – Straits Times, May 2016
Bus driver gets 3 weeks’ jail and 5-year driving ban for causing pedestrian’s death – Straits Times, April 2016
Jailed for taking upskirt videos of his friends – Straits Times, February 2016
Man jailed for climbing onto Skytrain tracks – Straits Times, October 2015