A “change of circumstance” or “new evidence” might arise, Perry said, adding that any further trial would not go ahead without the High Court’s approval or the approval of the Court of Appeal.
Tsang, 73, had found himself in legal limbo on Friday when an eight-member jury was unable to reach a majority decision on whether to find him guilty of corruption.
18 years later, my Dad has just informed me he still brings my beluga whale to work with him every day." Then she found out he also would tuck it in his luggage and bring it on business trips.
"I've taken it to work every single day I've gone to work," Mr Holmes, 56, of Vancouver told .
He's been shuttling it to and from his law office ever since. Overwhelmed, she took a picture and posted it on the Reddit social media network.
She added this note: "When I was two I gave my Dad a stuffed beluga whale to keep in his work bag so that if he ever missed me he could hold it and think of me.
Tsang’s own legal team, he said, would have charged him about HK million.
Mr Justice Andrew Chan Hing-wai granted the prosecutor’s application over the charge and gave the defence time to prepare a reply regarding legal costs. Perry announced on Monday that it had been decided, after “careful and deliberate thought”, to leave the bribery charge against Tsang on file at the High Court.
Samantha Holmes, a college student, thought it was a beluga whale when she was two, so it was known in the Holmes house as the beluga whale.
Mr Holmes said he generally didn't take the turtle out of his bag at work, but he always made sure it was there.