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Justice Wilson fights for his job

Supreme Court Justice Bill Wilson greatly regretted what he termed the inconvenience his relationship with Queen's counsel Alan Galbraith caused, the High Court at Wellington heard today.Despite that, Justice Wilson maintained there was no impropriety on

Jock Anderson
Wed, 01 Sep 2010

Supreme Court Justice Bill Wilson greatly regretted what he termed the inconvenience his relationship with Queen’s counsel Alan Galbraith caused, the High Court at Wellington heard today.

Despite that, Justice Wilson maintained there was no impropriety on his part in or arising out of the Saxmere

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Jock Anderson
Wed, 01 Sep 2010
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