SINGAPORE – A National University of Singapore (NUS) dentistry student who tried to strangle his former girlfriend when she refused to resume their relationship is facing ongoing disciplinary proceedings by the university. He is currently suspended and is not allowed on campus, NUS said in a Facebook post on Monday (July 20). The university did not say when he was suspended. The statement from NUS comes after the student, Yin Zi Qin, 23, was handed community-based sentences last Friday by the court after pleading guilty to one charge of voluntarily causing hurt, with another charge of criminal trespass taken into consideration. Community-based sentences are non-jail sentences introduced in 2010, which give the courts more options in sentencing criminals for minor offences so that the punishment fits the offence better. Offenders will retain no criminal records for the offence if the sentence is successfully completed. Yin was given a short detention order for 12 days and a day reporting order for five months, whereby offenders have to report to a centre for monitoring and counselling as well as undergo rehabilitation. He was also given an order to complete 80 hours of community service over a year. Following this, two petitions began… Read full this story
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