Author(s): compilation of papers
Materials comprised of a paper and a PowerPoint handout
Warren Pyke, Barrister
Scott Mccolgan, Barrister, Matai Chambers
Stephen Iorns, Barrister
Chair: Her Honour Judge Pippa Sinclair
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.
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 date||April 2019|
|Format||PDF and/or hard copy|
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