Submission on Judge Davis’s Paragraphs 12 & 13 for Appeal

Judge Davis was taken advantage of by Maritime New Zealand who was legally obliged but failed to notify TAIC

Submission on Judge Davis’s Paragraphs 12 & 13 for Appeal
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
The following are the Appellant’s responses on Paragraphs 12 &13.
[6] Para 12 : His Honour quotes the Onus & standard of proof – It is my duty to find the charges have not been proved beyond reasonable doubt ….
Bolton submits that the special circumstances of this situational ambiguity give rise to a complexity of legal interpretation & nautical application regarding Crossing safely ahead or navigating in the vicinity of a ferry on a Regular Run.
(A) – The judge says he was left with no reasonable doubt of the Appellant being guilty – it is submitted that His Honour was unwittingly lead astray by the Prosecution on a complex specialist subject of which Judge Davis expressed many times, his ignorance of Navigational matters…
Lack of Nautical Knowledge by Judge Davis
References in Trial Transcripts
Page 5 –Court addresses counsel unfamiliar with Nautical matters
Page 6 – so dark means shallow, in layman’s terms ?
Page 7 – Unlike a road with yellow line …
Page 47 – I apologize to anyone with Nautical knowledge
Page 48 – forgive my lack of Nautical knowledge
Page 54 – my complete lack of understanding of matters Nautical … you’re talking to a layman here.
Page 144 – embarrass myself with lack of knowledge
[7] Para 13 : His Honour quotes The onus of proving the charge rests with the informant….Maritime New Zealand
It is submitted that the informant, Maritime New Zealand, had an ulterior motive in proceeding with an unwarranted prosecution using Collision Regulations in a punitive manner. It is also submitted and a review of evidence suggests, their expert witness Barry Young, misunderstood his role was to be an Assistant of the Court and not as an Advocate in the interest of Maritime New Zealand
Refer to SD [23] Para 33.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

Judge Davis was taken advantage of by Maritime New Zealand who was legally obliged
but failed to notify TAIC – Transport Accident Investigation Commission about the case.
Submission on Judge Davis’s Paragraphs 12 & 13 for Appeal

Submission on Judge Davis’s Paragraphs 12 & 13 for Appeal

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