My client was sitting in his car when approached by the police who after questioning him said they became suspicious and searched the vehicle despite objection. They found class A paraphernalia and parts of a meth lab.v I challenged the admissibility of the evidence obtained and the judge agreed viewing that the defendant?s right to…

My client faced allegations of rape by a young person that were said to have happened in the 1970?s. After application was made to the High court the case was dismissed on legal grounds including the inability to prove lack of consent.

My client stood trial for armed robbery of a bank. The eyewitness purportedly identified him. However the identification procedures were not complied with fully and the case was dismissed.

Mr P was charged with aggravated robbery. In a statement to the police he made a full confession to the offence. A challenge was made to the admissibility of the statement. This was on the basis that in taking the statement his rights under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act had been breached and…