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Why what Judge Bill didn’t do was a hanging offence

If the Black Cap applied, it's a fair guess former Court of Appeal judge Sir Ted Thomas would clap it on when dealing to Supreme Court Justice Bill Wilson.No matter how eloquent Queen's counsel Colin Carruthers spun Justice Wilson's tale of excuses to the

Jock Anderson
Wed, 08 Sep 2010

If the Black Cap applied, it’s a fair guess former Court of Appeal judge Sir Ted Thomas would clap it on when dealing to Supreme Court Justice Bill Wilson.

No matter how eloquent Queen’s counsel Colin Carruthers spun Justice Wilson’s tale of excuses to the High Court at Wellington last week, a

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Jock Anderson
Wed, 08 Sep 2010
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