Sep 162010
 September 16, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S.

The New Zealand Press Association reports:

The Human Rights Review Tribunal has ordered police to pay $3000 towards the legal costs of a man who pursued them for breach of privacy.

In July the tribunal told the police to pay the 47 year-old man $6000 compensation for handing over a list of offences he had previously been charged with to the lawyer of his former partner.

The couple were in a battle over access to their 14-month old daughter in 2008.

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