At this stage, there is an amendment in Criminal Law concerning a Preliminary Hearing.
The Preliminary Hearing is a procedure in which an injured party in a Criminal Case appoints a lawyer to prosecute the accused party by himself, but not launching a formal complaint to a police officer. The Judge will hold the Preliminary Hearing during which the injured party, the Plaintiff, will produce evidence to the Court, and the Judge will decide whether or not there are sufficient evidences to accept the case for further hearing.
The new Criminal Law Amendment allows the Defendant to also plead and produce evidences to the Judge as well.
There is no recent amendment to the Civil Law.