A number of New Zealand law firms have taken their lead from Australian, British and US practices where there is a long tradition of pro bono work.
The sole survivor of an attack at an Auckland RSA which three people were murdered receives a settlement from the Corrections Department.
"How much has been spent denying justice here? A day for many bureaucrats to hang their heads in shame."
"This case is living proof that victims of crime, especially crime enabled by the government, are nothing in the eyes of the “justice” system."
The woman gravely injured in the Panmure RSA attack by William Bell that left three others dead has been denied a lawful request for a jury to hear the case.
"Whatever the outcome I hope that Susan is compensated for what she has had to endure."
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