Associate Professor Khylee Quince (Te Roroa, Ngāti Porou) is a straight talker who doesn't deviate from the facts when it comes to the New Zealand justice system. She has never been one to call a spade an inverted digging implement, so much so, she has dedicated her professional career to upholding fair, equal and just representation for Māori who have had a brush with the law. We all know someone who currently is, or has been involved with our jails - but how much do we really know as Māori about what goes on behind bars? What about the many unheard stories about the forgotten Māori faces locked up?

This is Khylee's story.

This is The Taumata Kōrero.