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Habitually consorting with recognised offenders

77B Habitually consorting with recognised offenders

(1) A person commits a misdemeanour if—
(a) the person habitually consorts with at least 2 recognised offenders, whether together or separately; and
(b) at least 1 occasion on which the person consorts with each recognised offender mentioned in paragraph (a) happens after the person has been given an official warning for consorting in relation to the offender.
Maximum penalty—300 penalty units or 3 years imprisonment.
(2) For subsection (1) , a person does not
"habitually consort" with a recognised offender unless the person consorts with the offender on at least 2 occasions.
(3) This section does not apply to a child.
(4) In this section—

"official warning" , for consorting, see the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 , section 53BAA .

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