It was a few days into the new year and while most of the country had fled to the beach, Hazel Heal was in her Dunedin study, crafting a lengthy submission to the Parole Board. Shortly before Christmas career criminal and jailhouse lawyer Arthur Taylor had been… Read More »The extraordinary efforts of Hazel Heal to change how the system views Arthur Taylor
Former prisoner Arthur Taylor joined The AM Show on Tuesday to talk about life inside and what he plans to do with his newfound freedom. Taylor became notorious during his time behind bars fighting for prisoners’ rights. He was involved in cases against the government… Read More »Newshub interview with Arthur Taylor
Former prisoner Arthur Taylor joined The AM Show to talk about life inside and what he plans to do with his newfound freedom. Taylor became notorious during his time behind bars fighting for prisoners’ rights. He was involved in cases against the government concerning smoking… Read More »The AM Show speaks to former prisoner Arthur Taylor about life inside
“No, I’m not one of those crazy women who write to men in prison, and no, I wasn’t looking for love. I’ve gone into this with my eyes wide open.” It’s an unlikely love story that began last summer with an innocent message sent 13,000km… Read More »Love behind bars: The woman who fell for notorious inmate Arthur Taylor
In 2016 notorious criminal Arthur Taylor successfully challenged the government’s blanket ban on prisoners voting in elections. In 2018 the Court of Appeal upheld the High Court’s ruling that the ban is inconsistent with the Bill of Rights, however Justice Minister Andrew Little has said… Read More »How Arthur Taylor is taking on the government from prison – and winning
He’s one of New Zealand’s more successful appellate lawyers. He’s also one of the longest serving prisoners and Arthur William Taylor has scored another appellate success with his Supreme Court appeal regarding the voting rights of prisoners. Taylor has long been regarded as a frequently highly effective… Read More »Is This New Zealand’s Most Successful Criminal Appellate Lawyer?