How to deal with exhibits in civil and criminal proceedings (CPD 1.5 hrs)
The topic of this webinar is the effective use of exhibits in both criminal and civil proceedings. It is presented by the Hon. Justice Simon Moore, Marc Corlett QC, and Damian Chesterman (Chair).
The topics to be discussed include:
- Background to exhibits
- Traditional means of introducing exhibits into evidence;
- Use of Common Bundle in civil and criminal proceedings;
- How to use exhibits to best effect; and
- Tips and tricks and lessons to be learnt.
Given the core rules of evidence and technical aspects of producing exhibits (in the traditional way) are largely the same in both types of proceedings, and the growing similarity between the way large/complex criminal and civil cases are now run, this seminar is to cover both types of proceedings.
Hon Justice Simon Moore
Justice Moore graduated BA (Hons) from Otago University in 1978 and LLB in 1980 from Auckland University. He was admitted to the Bar in 1982 and became a solicitor in the firm of Meredith Connell, Auckland and then a partner in 1985. He was appointed Crown Solicitor for Auckland in 1994 and took silk in 2008. Justice Moore is based in Auckland.
Marc Corlett QC
Marc Corlett is an experienced trial lawyer with a broad practice that includes general, civil and commercial disputes; civil and criminal regulatory proceedings; fraud, money laundering, proceeds of crime and other criminal prosecutions and applications. He has appeared in over 100 trials in the District Court and the High Court and has appeared on more than 60 appeals in the Court of Appeal.
Marc spent more than ten years in commercial litigation, initially at Simpson Grierson and then at Russell McVeagh. During this time, Marc worked on a number of large scale and complex commercial litigation cases, appearing in the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Between 2003 and 2007, Marc was a Crown prosecutor for Meredith Connell and regularly appeared as sole or lead counsel in numerous judge alone and jury trials.
Since coming to the Bar in 2010, Marc has been involved in a number of large scale, complex commercial litigation cases, as well as several high profile fraud and regulatory prosecutions. Marc has also appeared as defence counsel in several criminal trials and in the Court of Appeal.
Marc was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2016.
Damian Chesterman is a commercial and civil barrister who has over 20 years of trial experience. He is an Associate member of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ) and is currently completing the fellowship accreditation programme. He is a member of the NZBA's Training Committee.
Damian is experienced in complex litigation and advisory work involving companies, trusts and individuals. His cases encompass directors’ and trustees’ duties, shareholder and beneficiary actions, equitable duties and remedies, contract and tort claims, the Fair Trading Act, misrepresentation and fraud. He is experienced in lease and land disputes and advises on defamation issues
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