Crown prosecutor appointed District Court judge

Of Tainui descent, the judge has more than two decades of legal experience

Crown prosecutor appointed District Court judge

Crown prosecutor Tini Clark has been appointed as a District Court judge with a jury warrant.

The new judge, who has more than two decades of legal experience, will be sworn in on 10 August in Taukau, Attorney-General David Parker announced. She will be based in Manukau.

The judge was admitted to the bar in 1994 after graduating from Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato. She is of Tanui descent ­– Ngāti Tīpa, Ngāti Tahinga, and Ngāti Āmaru.

Since 2004, she has been a Crown prosecutor with Almao Douch in Hamilton. She has prosecuted numerous jury trials in the District Court and High Court.

 

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