The Taranaki Daily news has reported on today's court case and it looks like this is still unresolved and will go back to court on 3 May BUT here is hope at the end of this tunnel that doesn't even have to go to court again: Police prosecutor Sergeant Craig Jones said he hoped there will be a resolution to the case by then.
Photo of Lucy in court today.
Lawless remanded on bail
Taranaki Daily News 18 April 2012
BREAKING NEWS: Eight Greenpeace activists, including actress Lucy Lawless, who boarded the drill ship Noble Discoverer at Port Taranaki have been remanded on bail without plea for two weeks.
The eight appeared in the New Plymouth District Court this morning, each facing one charge of burglary. They will reappear on May 3.
Police prosecutor Sergeant Craig Jones said he hoped there will be a resolution to the case by then.
Aucklander Lawless, 44, former star of Xena Warrior Princess, has been charged under her married name, Lucy Tapert.Source
The NZ Herald also has this additional information
Actress Lucy Lawless and seven other Greenpeace activists were remanded on bail for two weeks when they appeared before Judge Josephine Bouchier in the New Plymouth District Court this morning.
The eight were charged with entering an enclosed area at Port Taranaki without authority and with the intent to commit a crime after boarding the drill ship Noble Discoverer at the port in February.None entered a plea and police did not oppose bail.
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