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  1. Auckland Standards Committee 1 v Hart [2012] NZLCDT 20 [pdf, 455 KB]

    ...[58] The sums sought from Mr A’s family occurred in three stages. On the first day of meeting a sum of $10,000 was sought and paid the following day prior to a Court appearance which was to seek interim name suppression and to file a standard form bail appeal. That was 14 November 2008. The family were asked to pay a further $15,000 on 19 November 2008, in advance of the bail appeal hearing, and finally, on 15 December 2008 prior to a District Court appearance to seek electronically monitored...

  2. Hart v Auckland Standards Committee 1 of the New Zealand Law Society CIV 2012 404 5076 5528 [pdf, 515 KB]

    ...[25] The New Zealand Court of Appeal in R v Chatha17 was subsequently faced with the issue of whether the defendant had an obligation to appear at his own trial and, consequently, whether it was reasonable for the trial Judge to deny the defendant bail on the first day of the trial. The Court confirmed the effect of its previous judgment in van Yzendoorn, 18 describing it as authority to the same effect as Jones. Those cases, it said, stood for the proposition that:19 ... the di...

  3. LCRO 133/2019 HM v RN (24 February 2020) [pdf, 117 KB]

    ...of his complaint concerning conduct on the part of Mr RN, and his fees. Background [2] Mr RN is a barrister. [3] On instructions from his instructing solicitor, Mr DL, Mr RN represented Mr HM on criminal charges in the District Court between 17 November 2016 and 10 October 2017, when the Court granted Mr RN leave to withdraw as counsel. Mr RN provided Mr HM with a letter of engagement dated 17 November 2016. The letter of engagement records Mr RN’s hourly rate as $450, explains the usua...

  4. LCRO 195/2018 KW v LQ (26 June 2020) [pdf, 182 KB]

    ...Committee [X] to take no further action with regard to her complaints about LQ on the basis that “in all the circumstances of the complaint, it appears to the Committee that further action would be unnecessary on inappropriate”.1 Background [2] In September 2017 KW was arrested when entering Country A, and charged with importation and possession of controlled drugs. KW’s family were unaware of this and became concerned as they had not heard from her. 1 Standards Committee determinatio...

  5. He Waka Roimata - Transforming our Criminal Justice System [pdf, 5 MB]

    ...and access issues within the formal justice process We heard that inconsistencies are experienced in different parts of formal justice processes, especially in relation to sentencing, accessing adequate legal representation and the administration of bail and remand. We heard these issues have a particular impact on rural communities and their ability to access justice, as well as on Māori, others who lack material resources and minority groups. What happens next 30% 59% Sentenced to prison...

  6. 2019 Directory of Official Information J-L [pdf, 490 KB]

    ...Majority Act 1970 • Animals Law Reform Act 1989 • Anti-money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 • Arbitration Act 1996 • Arbitration (International Investment Disputes) Act 1979 • Aviation Crimes Act 1972 • Bail Act 2000 • Broadcasting Act 19891 • Canterbury Earthquake Insurance Tribunal Act 2019 • Care of Children Act 2004 Administered jointly with the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Te Puni Kōkiri. 1 2 • Charitable Trust...

  7. 2019 Directory of Official Information A-C [pdf, 1.3 MB]

    Directory of Official Information Listings A-C Author Version number Date About This is a living document; we endeavour to update it whenever there are changes to be made. If your department or agency’s information is out of date, please email official.correspondence@justice.govt.nz with the necessary amendments –we can send you a MS Word version if you need. official.correspondence@justice.govt.nz Ministerial Services Strategy, Governance & Finance Contents Accident Compensation Corpor