Courtroom Procedure in New Zealand: A Practitioner's Survival Kit
Courtroom Procedure in New Zealand provides excellent guidance to new practitioners on the way in which the courtroom operates and on the role of the advocate, including advice on how to run a defended case in the District Court and tips on effective pleas in mitigation. There is also advice on relationships with other practitioners and the judiciary. This edition incorporates cosmetic developments, such as courtroom dress, as well as more significant changes: the defendant's right to require disclosure in criminal proceedings, the "status" or "contested mention" hearings in District Court summary criminal trials, and case management changes.
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