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Miller & Carroll v New Zealand

United Nations Human Rights Committee
Miller & Carroll v New Zealand
United Nations Human Rights Committee 
  • 12 April 2018
  • CCPR 2502/2014

For the first time, the Committee had held one oral hearing on a case” to provide additional information in a complex case before the United Nations Human Rights Committee. This was heard at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Palais Wilson, Geneva on 31 October 2017. This is the fourth win before the Committe.


SEE ADVANCED UNEDITED DECISION
SEE UN MEDIA RELEASE
SEE MEDIA RELEASE


The Human Rights Committee, acting under article 5 (4), of the Optional Protocol to the Covenant, is of the view that the information before it discloses violations by the State party of article 9(1) and (4) and article 10(3) of the Covenant with respect to each author.


SUPREME COURT JUDGMENT
COURT OF APPEAL JUDGMENT
HIGH COURT JUDGMENT

… Tony Ellis is a very diligent lawyer for his clients. He believes in what he is doing. I honour him for what he puts into the cases. STEPHEN FRANKS MP

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