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SENTENCING ACT 1991 - SECT 6F

Serious offender status to be noted on record

    (1)     A court that sentences a serious offender for a relevant offence must, at the time of doing so, cause to be entered in the records of the court in respect of that offence the fact that the offender was sentenced for it as a serious offender.

S. 6F(2) amended by Nos 68/2009 s. 97(Sch. item 110.8), 69/2009 s. 54(Sch. Pt 1 item 51.1).

    (2)     Despite anything to the contrary in the Evidence Act 2008 or the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 , a statement of the fact that an offender was sentenced for a relevant offence as a serious offender may be included in a certificate issued under section 178 of the Evidence Act 2008 or in a criminal record filed under Division 2 of Part 5.8 of Chapter 5 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2009 .

Pt 2B (Heading and ss 6G–6J) inserted by No. 108/1997 s. 148.

Part 2B—Continuing criminal enterprise offenders

S. 6G inserted by No. 108/1997 s. 148.



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