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SHAH ALAM: The Shah Alam High Court today stayed proceedings in the Banting murder trial to a date yet to be fixed.
Judge Datuk Akhtar Tahir stayed proceedings following a Court of appeal's order, pending an appeal by the defence team against his decision in dismissing their application to call 3 DPPs to the witness stand.
They had applied to call the DPPs as witnesses in their bid to challenge two documents, which the DPPs had tendered in court.