|Practitioner:||Dr Morgan Francis Fahey|
|Additional Orders:||Doctor denied application for
interim name suppression: 9955chearpriminlaw
Decision appealed to District Court. Court upheld the Decision Fahey v MPDT et al (High Court, Wellington, CP 274/99, 11
February 2000, McGechan J)
Complainants granted interim name suppression: 9955chearpriminlaw
Complainants granted permanent name suppression: 9955cfindings
Interim suspension of registration: 9955chearpriminlaw
Hearing of charges stayed pending determination of criminal charges: 9955chearpriminlaw
Interim order that details of charges suppressed: 9955chearpriminlaw
|Charges Withdrawn:||Application by CAC granted: 9955cfindings|
The Complaints Assessment Committee applied to withdraw all nine charges against Dr Fahey. The Tribunal found it was not necessary to withdraw seven of the charges as they had been determined by the charge against Dr Fahey based on his convictions (see 00/64C). The Tribunal found the process relating to those seven charges was spent.
In respect of the two charges that were not related to the substance of the convictions, they were not spent and could proceed to a hearing.
However, the Tribunal directed that they be withdrawn. The Tribunal accepted that there was no public interest in proceeding with the charges for the following reasons: