content shared from https://www.lawfuel.com/blog/arthur-taylor-strikes-again/ Arthur Taylor’s legal career has perhaps overshadowed his illegal career that saw him guesting with the Corrections Department for around 40 years including a dozen successful escapes, including two in Australia, and a growing list of often successful court appearances. But… Read More »Arthur Taylor Strikes Again: As Meredith Connell Defend Action Against Corrections
On April 13th 2020, A routine “traffic stop” resulted in the following interaction between Arthur Taylor and the Police. The green sticker issued to the fully warranted and registered vehicle, however, was more of an obstruction of vision than the windscreen crack it was issued… Read More »Police issue directive that is impossible to comply with.
Kelly Dennett and Hamish McNeilly, stuff.co.nz, 17:23, May 27 2021 Arthur Taylor helps wanted man James Bryant give himself up into police custody in Dunedin. (Hamish McNeilly/Stuff) A fugitive has been helicoptered out of dense Otago bush aided by notorious career criminal Arthur Taylor, who… Read More »Arthur Taylor brokers peaceful rearrest of fugitive using helicopter
Wellington higher courts reporter, stuff.co.nz, 16:40, Jun 11 2021 Jailhouse lawyer Arthur Taylor has won a court’s okay to include some contentious evidence in his soon-to-be published “warts and all” book. Taylor, who now lives in Dunedin, has a civil case pending against the Department… Read More »‘Jailhouse lawyer’ Arthur Taylor wins court’s okay for evidence in book
New Zealand Herald, 10 Jun, 2021 05:52 AM The publisher behind the book of one of the country’s highest profile ex-inmates will be hoping to avoid a stop-press calamity. Former jail-house lawyer Arthur Taylor again locked horns with his old foe Corrections, this time in… Read More »Legal jousting over ex-prisoner Arthur Taylor’s tell-all book
OPINION: New Zealand is generally well governed. No matter one’s political stripes, governments of each colour have kept the national lights on. Where we are less well served is in the legislature. Parliament is the whipping horse of the executive. It does a passable job of… Read More »Parliament takes its time on big human rights decisions
One of the biggest changes to the Bill of Rights Act in 30 years are being considered by Parliament’s powerful privileges committee. Audrey Young explains why it matters.
New Zealand is finally attempting to deal with the problem of jailhouse snitches, known to have caused hundreds of wrongful convictions worldwide, but repeatedly used in our courts. However, as Mike White discovers, critics say proposed new guidelines will merely entrench a corrupt system and result in more innocent people being jailed.
A witness has described scenes of chaos after multiple people were injured following a stabbing at a Dunedin supermarket this afternoon.Witness describes chaos following stabbing at Dunedin supermarketPlay Video00:56Arthur Taylor told 1 NEWS there was visible blood on the suspect as he was led away… Read More »Witness describes seeing blood on suspect in Dunedin supermarket stabbing as police led him away