Monday, 11 May 2009

What is the point of having Bail?

WB would like to know why the NZ Police did not oppose Bail for this thug

This from the NZ Herald today

"Kurariki admits assault, freed on bail 11:10AM Monday May 11, 2009
Bailey Junior Kurariki leaves the Manuaku District Court after he was granted parole in February. Photo / NZ Herald
Related links:
Kurariki back in jail charged with assault
Kurariki remanded in custody on assault charge
Bailey Junior Kurariki has been released on bail after pleading guilty to a reduced assault charge today.
New Zealand's youngest convicted killer has been in custody since March 29 after being arrested on a charge of assaulting Janie Martin, believed to be his girlfriend.
He was originally charged with male assaults female but his lawyer Jeremy Sutton and police agreed to a lesser common assault charge when he appeared in Manukau District Court today.
Kurariki was granted bail on conditions, including a 7pm-7am curfew after police did not oppose bail.
He will be sentenced on the assault charge and three charges of breaching parole later this month."

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