Kanuta v The Queen

CourtHigh Court
Judgment Date14 March 2016
Neutral Citation[2016] NZHC 436
Date14 March 2016
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  • R v Ross
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 29 January 2021
    ...on her and punched her repeatedly. When she sheltered in a bathroom, he kicked the door down and resumed punching her. (b) In Kanuta v R [2016] NZHC 436, the victim struck her partner, who responded by her. When she fell to the ground unconscious, he straddled and choked her, kicked her in ......
  • Baillie v Police
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 20 May 2021
    ...v Police [2019] NZHC 353; Ranford v Police [2021] NZHC 132. Similar to the situation in Toohey v Police [2020] NZHC 635. Kanuta v R [2016] NZHC 436. convicted of drink driving On a number of occasions, he has been sufficiently conscious of the risks he was taking so as to try to evade the P......
  • Standing v New Zealand Police
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 20 August 2020
    ...failing to answer bail.8 Having dealt with the appeal from the sentence imposed on the driving charges, Lang J continued: 7 8 Kanuta v R [2016] NZHC 436. Dick v Police [2014] NZHC This would leave an end sentence of two years imprisonment before taking into account the remaining charges. I ......
  • Evans v New Zealand Police
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 12 April 2019
    ...where there was failure to refer to home detention.7 This led me to conclude that the sentencing process had miscarried. 6 7 Kanuta v R [2016] NZHC 436 at Fomai v Police [2014] NZHC 377. [23] Second, I was satisfied that a sentence of 12 months imprisonment for dishonesty offending that in ......
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