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Effect of Drug Court declining to make an order

If an offender has pleaded guilty to an offence or offences in respect of which the Drug Court could make a drug treatment order but it does not consider it appropriate to do so, the Drug Court must—

        (a)     sentence the offender in relation to the offence or offences if the offender consents to the Drug Court doing so; or

        (b)     adjourn the matter for sentencing to the Magistrates' Court (other than the Drug Court) at that venue.

S. 18ZC inserted by No. 2/2002 s. 5.

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