Crown Law Is Refuting Submissions Re Judge Davis’s Decision

“Highlighting the “Successful Career” of Julian Joy” Article in Professional Skipper Magazine

Crown Law Is Refuting Submissions Re Judge Davis’s Decision
Appellant’s Submissions in response to Submissions of Crown Law in opposition to Appeal against Conviction
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
May it please the Court :
The Crown has filed submissions in response to the Appellant’s Supplementary Submissions
The Appellant (Bolton) seeks to respond to the Crown submissions
Response to Paragraph 6
(a) In the same Professional Skipper March/April 2011 edition, there is a 2 page congratulatory article about Julian Joy retiring after 10 years (reaching Senior Lecturer status) at the MNZ Navigation School ‘A Successful Career – the Ultimate test”
(b) The use of the term “purported expert” is challenged – it is derogatory to Mr Joy who has qualifications which are, it is submitted, superior to those of B Young whose determinations were at variance with navigational principles and consequently misleading to the Court. Although J Joy attended the hearing out of professional interest, he was not available to the Appellant – in fact he was actively discouraged from speaking with the Appellant by Crown Law. (Refer to Affidavit of Julian Joy annexed to these Responses – Exhibit 1)
Response to Paragraph 7. The Appellant believes there was not only a miscarriage of Justice at the original hearing but again when the Rehearings were opposed using the grounds of “Freshness” obstructively because the Report fully verifies the Appellant’s evidence.
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Note in addition to the responses to Paragraphs 6 & 7
An excerpt from post 17 Jan 2014
“Highlighting the “Successful Career” of Julian Joy”
“Majoring in navigation & shipping business management Julian worked on tankers before the introduction of inert gas. His ship was hit by lightening in the Mediterranean Sea – “It was like a big bunsen burner as the gas went out the hollow mast. With the ship on fire, walking the steel decks felt like tissue paper, knowing what was underneath.”
He says it’s interesting that 10 years ago when he first became a lecturer at MNZ Nautical School, the courses he taught were 90% navigation & 10% business. “Now it’s the other way round”
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

“Highlighting the “Successful Career” of Julian Joy”
Article in Professional Skipper Magazine
Crown Law Is Refuting Submissions Re Judge Davis's Decision

Crown Law Is Refuting Submissions Re Judge Davis’s Decision

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