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  1. Court of appeal now aware barrister has been hiding evidence


    Court of Appeal, on 05 October 2016 via minutes, accepted evidence (a substantial number of bank statements) had not been discovered by clients of Barrister Peter Wright.

    The 05 October 2016 COA minutes requested the applicants to explain why the contents of the undisclosed bank statements were relevant to their claim.

    The appellants, given their application requested the COA to disbar Counsel Wright ...

    Updated 20-10-2016 at 07:58 AM by Justice111

    Judicial Conduct
  2. Court of appeal consider fraud committed by two barristers' and high ranking police

    On the 12 September 2016 Court of Appeal Justices were met with undeniable evidence (NOT CHALLENGED) and oral submissions that two barristers and a high ranking police officer had been obtaining fraudulent favorable judgement

    The three justices have reserved their decision.

    When the judgement is delivered, it will be posted on this forum.
  3. Have you won at the nz law society or legal complaints review officers (services)

    Does anyone know of someone who has won against a lawyer, barrister or the like at the New Zealand Law Society or the Legal Complaints Review Office (services).

    I have two decisions of my own when I won against a Papakura Barrister named Warren Simpson BUT IF YOU THINK HIS NAME WAS PUBLISHED VIA THE DECISIONS SO THE GENERAL PUBLIC COULD KNOW WHO HE WAS, THINK AGAIN.

    The Law Society keeps secret the names of those lawyers found against.

    The Law Society, ...

    Updated 11-06-2016 at 07:46 PM by Justice111

  4. High court judge on very thin ice

    In the High Court of Auckland on Monday (11 April 2016) a memorandum was filed by two plaintiffs' putting Faire J ("the Court") on Notice that they, in a hearing on Monday (set to commence at 11.45) would be filing an oral application (in reliance of 1.7 of the High Court Rules) requesting Faire to disbar Barrister Peter Wright (of Shortland Chambers Auckland) from acting for his clients (Another Barrister and a High Ranking Police Officer).

    Faire J has been well aware ...

    Updated 15-04-2016 at 11:00 PM by Justice111

    Judicial Conduct
  5. New zealand law society being paid to have their decisions reversed

    Good old New Zealand Law Society have managed, to date, [B]to get away with being paid when their decisions are reversed by the Legal Complaints Review Office/er.

    Legal Complaint Review Office/er ("LCRO") is nationally published as a Ministry of Justice Tribunal but in fact and truth it is an internal process of the NZLS and nothing to do with the Ministry of Justice.

    Well done you high ranking NZLS member who have duped not only the general public, but your ...
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