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Attorney General may intervene

39A Attorney General may intervene

(1) The Attorney General, or a nominee of the Attorney General who is an Australian legal practitioner, may appear in that part of proceedings that relates to the giving of a guideline judgment under section 37A.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the Attorney General or his or her nominee may do any one or more of the following--
(a) oppose or support the giving of the guideline judgment by the Court,
(b) make submissions with respect to the framing of the guidelines,
(c) inform the Court of any relevant pending appeal with respect to sentence,
(d) assist the Court with respect to any relevant matter.
(3) Nothing in any other Act or law prevents, or in any way limits, the exercise of any function conferred on the Attorney General, or on any nominee of the Attorney General, under this section.

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