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95bFM: Manning & Armistead - Retro Bill & Current Prisoners

95bFM Audio: Selwyn Manning & Jon Armistead – Retrospective Surveillance Bill - Will Prisoners Already Convicted Seek To Have Their Convictions Quashed?

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On today's counter-clockwise, Selwyn Manning and 95bFM's Jon Armistead discuss proposed retrospective legislation being proposed by the National-led Government, in the wake of the dismissal of all but four of the Urewera 18 cases.

Should the legislation be passed with a roll-back of one year, will this mean cases that had reached a conviction with video surveillance evidence, that was acquired by the Police from private premises and/or land, potentially seek recourse to the courts to have convictions quashed?

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