An Auckland lawyer who last month pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing methamphetamine can now be named.
New concerns about the bright-line test, specifically its effects on ordinary taxpayers, have been raised by the New Zealand Law Society
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Yesterday a senior Auckland lawyer appeared in court for possession of meth. The Law Society talks to NZLawyer about drug use in the profession.
The NZ Law Society and the Attorney General are at odds about proposed legislation which the Society feels could impact constitutional rights.
A new bill will allow a person to be tried and convicted of a criminal offence without seeing all the information relied on by the Crown and without the right to be present, the NZ Law Society says.