Code of Conduct, Schedule 4 High Court Rules
Expert Witness Code of Conduct Disregarded by Barry Young.
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In his Brief of Evidence Barry Young swore that he had agreed to comply with the Code of Conduct in all aspects of his involvement with this case.
In this Code of Conduct, Schedule 4 High Court Rules –
Duty to the Court
1: An expert witness has an overriding duty to assist the Court impartially on relevant matters within the expert’s area of expertise.
2: An expert witness is not an advocate for the party who engages the witness.
Evidence of expert witness
3: In any evidence given by an expert witness, the expert witness must—
(d) state the facts and assumptions on which the opinions of the expert witness are based:
(e) state the reasons for the opinions given by the expert witness:
(f) specify any literature or other material used or relied on in support of the opinions expressed by the expert witness:
(g) describe any examinations, tests, or other investigations on which the expert witness has relied and identify, and give details of the qualifications of, any person who carried them out.
Analysis of Barry Young’s performance as to his Duty to the Court
1: He failed to assist the Court impartially on relevant matters.
2: He acted as an advocate for Maritime New Zealand’s case in a manner likened to being Maritime New Zealand’s Hired Gun.
Analysis of Barry Young’s performance as to his Evidence –
(d) He failed to state the facts & assumptions on which his opinions were based.
(e) He gave no valid reasons for his opinions.
(f) He gave no literature or other material to support his opinions.
(g) He used erroneous methodology in his examinations, tests & examinations on which he relied.
These many failings, falsities & flaws will become evident as revelations continue.
Meantime here is the Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess