111 Effect of pre-trial witness anonymity order

If a pre-trial witness anonymity order is made under section 110,—

(a)

the party who applied for the order must give the Judge the name, address, and occupation of the witness; and

(b)

no formal statement filed under the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 may disclose the name, address, or occupation of the witness, or any other particulars likely to lead to the witness’s identification; and

(c)

during the giving of oral evidence before the trial,—

(i)

no lawyer, officer of the court, or other person involved in that process may disclose the name, address, or occupation of the witness, or any other particular likely to lead to the witness’s identification; and

(ii)

no oral evidence may be given, and no question put to any witness, if the evidence or question relates to the name, address, or occupation of the witness who is subject to the order; and

(iii)

except with the leave of the Judge, no oral evidence may be given, and no question put to any witness, if the evidence or question relates to any other particulars likely to lead to the identification of the witness who is subject to the order; and

(d)

no person may publish, in any report or account relating to the proceeding, the name, address, or occupation of the witness, or any other particulars likely to lead to the witness’s identification.

Compare: 1908 No 56 s 13B(6)

Section 111(b): replaced, on 1 July 2013, by section 5 of the Evidence Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 89).

Section 111(c): replaced, on 1 July 2013, by section 5 of the Evidence Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 89).