If this were a boxing match, it would appear to be a mismatch.
At one corner, you have a blogger, Mr Alex Au of Yawning Bread fame.
At the other, you have the government prosecutors from the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC).
Mr Au threw the first punch, suggesting bias in a June 18 blog post - after a judge fined on plastic surgeon Woffles Wu $1,000 for getting an employee to take the rap for traffic offences.
On July 6, the AGC replied with a velvet glove, informing Mr Au that he would be charged with contempt of court, a serious offence, if he did not withdraw his comments within five days from the date of the letter, and also fulfil two conditions - post the apology prepared by the AGC and run the full letter on his blog.
Mr Au removed the post by July 10 and the apology was put in place. But he did not post the letter, and on July 10, the AGC reminded him to do so by July 12.