Kiwi prisoners' right to vote upheld Supreme Court rules | Newshub

One inmate has argued a 2010 law change stopping prisoners to vote was against the bill of rights.

Prison lawyer Arthur Taylor wins court appeal over prisoners' voting rights.

Human Rights Commission welcomes Supreme Court judgment

The Human Rights Commission welcomes the Supreme Court’s judgment in the landmark case of the Attorney-General v Taylor.

Denying New Zealand prisoners the right to vote is inconsistent with the Bill of Rights, the country's highest court has ruled. The Supreme Court released

Supreme Court upholds decision saying ban on prisoner voting inconsistent with Bill of Rights Supreme Court upholds decision saying ban on prisoner voting inconsistent with Bill of Rights

Prisoner and 'jailhouse lawyer' Arthur Taylor was behind the legal challenge.