Details of Tait and Hudson’s legal work, the former lawyers representing the Christchurch terrorist who’s now decided to represent himself, have been released to the Herald after an Official Information Act (OIA) request.

The documents reveal how much money has been spent on his legal case and now sacked Auckland-based lawyers – some $200,000 of taxpayer money.

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