I googled for the statistics on “contempt of court”.
So far this year, it would appear that there have been three cases of “contempt of court” initiated by the Attorney-General´s Chambers (AGC).
According to theonlinecitizen – “The highest punishment meted out for contempt of court in Singapore thus far was six weeks’ imprisonment and a fine of $20,000, but the new Bill (Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill) will increase the maximum penalty to three years’ imprisonment and a fine of $100,000”.
It would appear that contempt of court cases initiated by the AGC may be quite rare, from a statistical perspective.
Leong Sze Hian