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South Korea court ruling raises chance of Samsung heir's return to jail

Reuters Thursday, 29 August 2019
South Korea's Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a bribery case against the heir of the Samsung Group should be reviewed by a lower court, raising the possibility of a tougher sentence and potential return to jail.
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News video: S Korea's Supreme Court orders retrial for Samsung heir Jay Y Lee

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Supreme Court says interpretation by Seoul High Court on what constituted bribes to then-President Park was too narrow.

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