Rob Salem interview Lucy regarding the Save The Arctic protest and also upcoming court case. The court case was scheduled for 1 March but it was pushed back to 20 March. This was done by Lucy's lawyer (and the lawyer for all the protesters from Greenpeace).
(They) moved the hearing to March 20 to give some of us time to get our homes and businesses in order," Lawless, a native New Zealander, told the Star exclusively Wednesday.
"It probably won't be as late as that, but it's easier to move it earlier than later, I'm told. It'll be better this way."
"I don't know what the actual charges will be," Lawless says. "The police have full discretion to charge what they want.
"But I signed my bail bond today. Never thought I'd see the day."
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