R v Matenga

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtSupreme Court
Judgment Date2009
Neutral Citation[2009] NZSC 18
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119 cases
  • R v Kenneth James Noye
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 22 March 2011
    ...of fresh evidence on the safety of a conviction. Miss Montgomery did however go further and drew attention to Weiss v R [2005] HCA 81, and R v Mantenga [2009] NZSC 18, the first a decision of the High Court of Australia, and the second a decision of the Supreme Court of New Zealand. In both......
  • Lundy v The Queen
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 7 October 2013
    ...approach its assessment of whether there was a miscarriage of justice. That difference ended with the decision of the Supreme Court in R v Matenga [2009] 3 NZLR 145. In that case the Supreme Court followed much the same approach as had been advocated by Lord Bingham in Pendleton, although i......
  • Wiley v R
    • New Zealand
    • Court of Appeal
    • 24 February 2016
    ...ground of appeal against conviction — whether the legislative history pointed to a legislative intention to change the approach settled in Matenga v R [2009] 3 NZLR 145 — whether the identification evidence in the trial had been sufficient — whether “taking” under s210 CA could involve a co......
  • Jamie Ngahuia Ahsin v R and Raeleen Matewai Noyle Rameka v R
    • New Zealand
    • Supreme Court
    • 30 October 2014
    ...only becomes apparent which provision of s 66 is most appropriate to rely on after the evidence has been heard at trial. 129Matenga v R [2009] NZSC 18, [2009] 3 NZLR 130 At [30]. 131 At [31]. 132Mason v R [2010] NZSC 129, [2011] 1 NZLR 296. 133R v Mead [2002] 1 NZLR 594 (CA). 134R v Chignel......
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  • Case Commentaries
    • United Kingdom
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The Nbr. 14-1, January 2010
    • 1 January 2010
    ...of justice’ and a ‘substantial’ miscarriageof justice was recently examined by the Supreme Court of New Zealand in MatengavThe Queen [2009] NZSC 18. This judgment has yet to be made public. However, thesubstance of what Blanchard J had to say in Matenga appears in the judgment ofLord Scott ......

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