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Prosecution: EWRB v Yu-Chien Lee and ASX Construction Ltd
On 2 June 2023, Yu-Chien Lee and ASX Construction Ltd were sentenced on charges of performing unauthorized prescribed electrical work and employing a person to do unauthorized prescribed electrical work, respectively.
Prosecution - EWRB v Ian Leslie Johnston
Mr Ian Leslie Johnston was sentenced in the New Plymouth District Court on one charge of illegally performing prescribed electrical work.
Prosecution - EWRB v Lal
On 7 April 2022 Ravin Lal was sentenced on a charge of carrying out unauthorised prescribed electrical work.
Prosecution - EWRB v Kumaran
On 19 July 2022, Naveen Kumaran was sentenced by Judge Lovell-Smith on 2 charges of performing unauthorised prescribed electrical work.
Prosecution - EWRB v Harris
On 23 May 2022 Anthony Harris was convicted and sentenced on 2 charges of doing un-authorised prescribed electrical work in the District Court at Christchurch by Judge Couch.
Prosecution - EWRB v Connolly
On 30 March 2022 Stephen Connolly was sentenced in the District Court at Wellington by Judge Mill after pleading guilty to 1 charge of holding himself out as registered or licensed in respect of prescribed electrical work.
Prosecution - EWRB v Boris Belmar
On 23 February 2022, Boris Belmar was sentenced in the Northshore District Court by Judge Maude after entering guilty pleas to one charge of performing unauthorised prescribed electrical work and one charge of issuing a Certificate of Compliance when he w
Prosecution - EWRB v Dalwyn Stevens
On 11 February 2022, Dalwyn Stevens was sentenced on one charge of performing work on an electrical installation in a manner dangerous to life.
Prosecution - EWRB v Hughes
Andrew Hughes was sentenced in the Waitakere District Court on 9 December 2021 on charges of negligently doing work on an electrical installation in a manner that was dangerous to life, and holding himself out as an electrician when not appropriately lice
Prosecution - EWRB v Aaron Dempsey
On 7 October 2021, Mr Aaron Dempsey was sentenced for performing electrical work.Mr Dempsey has never been registered as an Electrician and has no offending history.