Criminal Law Pot Pourri™

Author(s): compilation of papers

Description:

Materials comprised of a paper and a PowerPoint handout

Presenters

Warren Pyke, Barrister
Scott Mccolgan, Barrister, Matai Chambers
Stephen Iorns, Barrister
Chair: Her Honour Judge Pippa Sinclair

Synopsis

A must-attend event for those practising in criminal law, exploring these important topics:  Dealing with the Crown, Jury Vetting and the right to silence. 

These materials will help you

  • Learn about the concept of jury vetting, gain a practical understanding of the Juries Act 1981, and discover what you as a practitioner could be doing differently to make the most out of available challenges.
  • Learn more about the right to silence, how to avoid pitfalls when running a trial, and what prosecutors and judges are allowed to say about your client saying nothing, with a focus on ss 32 and 33 of the Evidence Act 2006.
  • Gain a better understanding of how the Crown applies the Solicitor-General’s guidelines when making decisions on whether or not to prosecute and the impact of the specific guidelines for prosecutors on dealing with victims.

Intended audience

All lawyers practising in criminal law.

*As a result of the extensive nature of the Law Commission report, The Second Review of the Evidence Act 2006 – Te Arotake Tuarua i te Evidence Act 2006, and proposed changes, we will no longer be covering ‘Evidence Act changes – how they affect you’ and ‘Practical tips for plea instructions’.

Publication dateApril 2019
FormatPDF and/or hard copy
CPD Seminar Papers ISBN: C0542/P
Prices
ADLS Members $ 21.74
Non-Members (lawyer) $ 30.43
Non-Members (public) $ 30.43
Quantity
Add to cart Become a member

Prices exclude GST and Postage & Packaging

For international orders – please call the Book Store on +64 9 306 5740 to arrange delivery.

If you require this paper urgently and instead prefer to receive it electronically, then please instead email cpd@adls.org.nz or call 09 303 5278

OR
Contact Us
Phone 09 303 5270
Fax 09 309 3726
Email reception@adls.org.nz