Pakai & Harrison v R

CourtCourt of Appeal
Judgment Date20 July 2016
Neutral Citation[2016] NZCA 343
Date20 July 2016
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4 cases
  • Simon v R
    • New Zealand
    • Court of Appeal
    • 21 September 2016
    ...that is not self-defence. However the fact that the defendant may have been the initial aggressor or initially sought 4 Pakai v R [2016] NZCA 343 at [23]; and Stepanicic v R [2015] NZCA 35 at out the complainant in order to exact revenge or retribution, will not of itself rule out self-defe......
  • Buckingham v Police
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 16 April 2019
    ...she believed them to be. [33] 10 11 The circumstances as Ms Buckingham believed them to be were as follows: See, for example, Pakai v R [2016] NZCA 343 and the discussion in Adams on Criminal Law Offences and Defences (online looseleaf ed, Thomson Reuters) at [CA48]. Police v Buckingham, ab......
  • R v Cochrane
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 26 June 2020
    ...was left undisturbed on appeal.4 1 2 3 4 Sentencing Act 2002, s 103. See R v Taueki [2005] 3 NZLR 372 (CA) at [32(a)]. Pakai v R [2016] NZCA 343. Pukeroa v R [2013] NZCA However, the Court of Appeal allowed the appeal on the basis that a two-year discount should have been given for what it ......
  • Dillin Pakai v R
    • New Zealand
    • Supreme Court
    • 8 March 2017
    ...was associated with a different chapter of the Mongrel Mob. Once there, they asked to see Mr EE. His partner, Ms MN, went 1 Pakai v R [2016] NZCA 343 (Randerson, Harrison and Stevens to telephone him. Mr Harrison and Mr Pakai then left, saying they would return. After they had left, Ms MN d......

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