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Proceedings Teina Pora filed an application for bail in the High Court pending the hearing of his appeal to the Privy Council. He had earlier applied to the Court of Appeal, which held that it lacked jurisdiction to grant bail in these circumstances.
Convicted murderer Teina Pora has been denied bail while he waits for his case to go to the Privy Council. Pora, convicted in 1994 for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett in her South Auckland home, last week applied for bail pending his appeal to
Max 23° Min 14° Pora's health part of Privy Council appeal Julia Hollingsworth, NZ Newswire March 19, 2014, 5:12 pm Convicted murderer Teina Pora may have foetal alcohol syndrome and his lawyers will argue the condition could mean his confession to
Pora, convicted in 1994 for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett in her South Auckland home, yesterday applied for bail while he waits for his case to be heard by the Privy Council. Pora's lawyer, Jonathan Krebs, told the High Court in Auckland his
After Nathuram Godse was sentenced to death for the assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Godse's family members had appealed before the privy council in London and had also sought mercy from the then governor-general. This is among the lesser-
The former media giant Lord Conrad Black has been stripped of his membership in the Order of Canada by Governor General David Johnson. Former
Convicted rapist and murderer Teina Pora has been granted leave to appeal his convictions. The Privy Council has confirmed Pora, to appeal his 1994 conviction for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett in her South Auckland home. Pora's case will be
Cheryl Pitman is appealing to Chief Justice Ivor Archie to deliver a ruling in her son, Lesters appeal, soon...Pitman, now 33, of San Juan, was convicted on July 14, 2004, for the murders of Englishman John Cropper, Croppers mother, Maggie Lee, and
O has been transparent. CP Video Video Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau says he plans to get to the "heart of the matter" in his new position as contributor to Frank Magazine. Brazeau applied Monday to become a member of the Parliamentary press gallery
Sunday December 8, 2013 Gordon Robinson I first met Percival James Patterson, QC, in the early 1980s. He had taken leave of politics after the PNP's 1980 electoral debacle and returned to law as a founding partner of Rattray, Patterson, Rattray.