Wainwright v Police

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtSupreme Court
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7 cases
  • Morse v The Police Sc
    • New Zealand
    • Supreme Court
    • 6 Mayo 2011
    ...NZLR 833 (CA) at [23]–[24]. 53Police v Christie [1962] NZLR 1109 (SC). 54Melser v Police [1967] NZLR 437 (SC, CA). 55Wainwright v Police [1968] NZLR 101(SC). 56 As is implicit in the rejection of Melser in Brooker, I consider that the view expressed without developed reasons in R v Ceramalu......
  • Public Prosecutor v Wong Hong Ming and Another
    • Singapore
    • Magistrates' Court (Singapore)
    • 12 Abril 2004
    ...Pritam Singh v PP MA 264/1992, the Senior District Judge relied upon the cases of Campbell v Adair [1945] SC (J) 29, Wainwright v Police [1968] NZLR 101 and Police v Christie [1962] NZLR 1109 and distilled the following general principles in assessing whether there was “disorderly behaviour......
  • Public Prosecutor v Perumal Naidu Surendra Sean Clinton and Others
    • Singapore
    • District Court (Singapore)
    • 28 Mayo 2004
    ...was aggressive, a fortiori after warnings and advice by PW1 and PW2. In New Zealand, the Supreme Court held in WAINWRIGHT v POLICE [1968] NZLR 101, that what was disorderly behaviour was a matter of degree, depending on the circumstance of the case. Wild CJ at page 103 "Disorderly beha......
  • Public Prosecutor v Mohamad Shaheed Bin M K Mohideen
    • Singapore
    • Magistrates' Court (Singapore)
    • 2 Mayo 2003
    ...crowd gathered because of the Accused's behaviour or because of a fight… In New Zealand, the Supreme Court held in Wainright v Police [1968] NZLR 101, that what was disorderly behaviour was a matter of degree, depending on the circumstance of the case. Wild CJ at page 103 "Disorderly b......
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