There was a police post in the old Supreme Court Building.
Chief Justice's office
Never in known history has so many pple entered his office at a single point of time.
How the corridor looks like, with the signature ceiling and tiled floors.
Accused will be stationed in a box with glass during trials.
Court of Appeal
Court of Appeal, from the Judges' view.
China law students
China law grads having a ball during the tour:).
Although a far-cry from the Sistine Chapel, this early 30s ceiling design is a great piece of art by itself. Not missing out the chandeliers.
Interesting shadow lines in the cell.
Ex Chief Justice's Office
A grand office with office tables and couches.
Inside a cell
How it looks from the inside.
Judge's view of Court 1
Chief Justice's private lift
CJ used this lift every morning to go up to his office from his personal carpark porch.
Chief Justice's door
The door to his office
Chief Justice's personal stairway
His personal stairs to his office when he doesn't feel like using the lift.
Stairway to COA
The accused will have to walk up to the Appeal Court from lockup.
Back to lockup
How the accused wld've seen when he/she finishes his appeal trial.
Jury duty was abolished in the late 60s.
Underground directions from lockup, not many places to go, hmm.
Where the prison van was parked when sending prisoners here.
Flushes are actually placed outside the cells. This is to prevent the prisoners from doing any silly acts, or concealing any weapons.
Do not enter
A big no-no to restricted areas.
Alot of stairs, no lifts for prisoners.
Excited "prisoners" entering the premises.
A beautiful day to be a "prisoner".
What the prison guards do for entertainment.
The interview room
Only lawyers were allowed to visit prisoners when locked up inside Supreme Court.
Policeman welcoming the prisoners
It is a myth that "last time policemen wear shorts", they wore berms.
Where many criminals will face the final verdict.
Everywhere is steel and iron and grills.
A lonely mug on the bench inside 1 of the cells.
Reminds me of manpower, SAF pple will know what i mean.
No idea if name belongs to a prisoner, but it was on display.
Prisoners were shackled to this hook when they were visited by their lawyers.
Old time police