NTCCA

AcronymDefinition
NTCCANorthern Territory Court of Criminal Appeal (Australia)
NTCCANational Tai Chi Chuan Association (martial arts; UK)
NTCCANazarene Theological College of Central Africa (Malawi)
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Arguably, the common law does not allow ad hoc experts to present opinion evidence pertaining to identification since the cases are concerned primarily with the use of transcripts: see R v Menzies [1982] 1 NZLR 41, 49 (Cooke J for Cooke, McMullin and Somers J and Sir Clifford Richmond) and Butera v DPP (Vic) (1987) 164 CLR 180; cf Murdoch v The Queen [2007] NTCCA 1 (10 January 2007).
Cases where the concept of 'ad hoc expertise' was recognised include Neville [2004] WASCA 62 (2 April 2004) [45]-[46] (Miller J); Li v The Queen (2003) 139 A Crim R 281, 287 [42] (Ipp JA); R v Drollett [2005] NSWCCA 356 (4 November 2005) [63] (Simpson J); R v Tang (2006) 65 NSWLR 681, 709 [120] (Spigelman CJ); Murdoch v The Queen [2007] NTCCA 1 (10 January 2007) [296] (Angel ACJ, Riley J and Olsson AJ); Irani v The Queen (2008) 188 A Crim R 125, 128 [14] (Hoeben J).
See also the evidence of familiars in response to images in R v Murdoch [No 4] (2005) 195 FLR 421,431-5 [56]-[81] (Martin (BR) CJ); Murdoch v The Queen [2007] NTCCA 1 (10 January 2007) [203]-[245] (Angel ACJ, Riley J and Olsson AJ).