Name suppression for Taranaki man accused of secret filming

A Taranaki man has yet to plead to four charges relating to allegations he made intimate recordings of a person without ...
Charlotte Curd/Fairfax NZ

A Taranaki man has yet to plead to four charges relating to allegations he made intimate recordings of a person without their knowledge.

A Taranaki man has been charged with secretly filming another person without their knowledge.

The man, who cannot be named, appeared in the New Plymouth District Court on Thursday.  

He is charged with four counts of making an intimate visual recording of the complainant between February and April this year.

He has yet to plead to the charges.

Lawyer Kylie Pascoe asked for a two-week remand to consider information related to the case.  She said pleas to the charges would be made at her client's next appearance.

Detective Sergeant Dave McKenzie asked for the man's name to be suppressed in order to protect the identity of the victim.

Judge Chris Sygrove granted an interim name suppression order and remanded the accused on bail to reappear  on June 2.

 - Stuff

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