(1) In any proceeding where an offender re-appears before a court for review of the offender's compliance with the order under a judicial monitoring condition—
(a) the court may require the offender, or may invite the offender to answer questions or produce information (including reports or the results of medical examinations or medical tests);
(b) the court may invite the offender's medical practitioner or any medical practitioner who has examined the offender to produce any medical report about the offender or the results of any medical test about the offender to the court;
(c) the court may require or invite any of the following persons to provide information to the court either verbally or in any written form—
(i) the Secretary;
(ii) the person or body who prosecuted the offender for the offence;
(iii) any other person the court considers appropriate.
(2) In any proceeding where an offender re-appears before a court for review in accordance with the terms of a judicial monitoring condition the court—
(i) cancel the condition; or
(ii) vary the condition, including shortening or extending the condition; or
(iii) take no further action in relation to the condition; or
(b) may give further directions as to—
(i) the time or times at which the offender must re-appear before the court for other reviews under this section of the compliance of the offender with the order; and
(ii) any information, report or test that must or may be provided in the course of another review under this section.
S. 48L(3) inserted by No. 32/2013 s. 33.
(3) If an offender fails to re-appear before a court for review in accordance with the terms of a judicial monitoring condition, the court may issue a warrant to arrest the offender.
S. 48LA inserted by No. 32/2013 s. 25.