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SENTENCING ACT 1991 - SECT 89DC

Definitions

In this Division—

"alcohol exclusion order "means an order under section 89DE;

"bar area "means an area within a licensed premises that is set aside for the service of liquor for consumption on those premises;

"intoxicated", in relation to a person, means the person's speech, balance, co‑ordination or behaviour is noticeably affected as a result of the consumption of liquor;

"licensed premises "has the same meaning as in the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 ;

"liquor" has the same meaning as in the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 ;

"major event" has the same meaning as in the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 ;

"offender" means a person referred to in section 89DE(1);

S. 89DC def. of relevant offence amended by Nos 42/2015 s. 26(1), 47/2016 s. 41(3).

"relevant offence" means any of the following offences—

        (a)     murder;

        (b)     manslaughter;

        (c)     an offence against any of the following provisions of the Crimes Act 1958

              (i)     section 15A(1) (Causing serious injury intentionally in circumstances of gross violence);

              (ii)     section 15B(1) (Causing serious injury recklessly in circumstances of gross violence);

              (iii)     section 16 (Causing serious injury intentionally);

              (iv)     section 17 (Causing serious injury recklessly);

              (v)     section 18 (Causing injury intentionally or recklessly);

              (vi)     section 19(1) (Offence to administer certain substances);

              (vii)     section 20 (Threats to kill);

              (viii)     section 22 (Conduct endangering life);

              (ix)     section 23 (Conduct endangering persons);

              (x)     section 24 (Negligently causing serious injury);

              (xi)     section 29(1) (Using firearm to resist arrest etc.);

              (xii)     section 30 (Threatening injury to prevent arrest);

              (xiii)     section 31(1) (Assaults);

              (xiv)     section 31A(1) (Use of firearms in the commission of offences);

              (xv)     section 38(1) (Rape);

              (xvi)     section 39(1) (rape by compelling sexual penetration);

              (xvii)     section 40(1) (sexual assault);

        (xviia)     section 41(1) (sexual assault by compelling sexual touching);

              (xviii)     section 42(1) (assault with intent to commit a sexual offence);

        (xviiia)     section 43(1) (threat to commit a sexual offence);

        (xviiib)     section 46(1) (administration of an intoxicating substance for a sexual purpose);

              (xix)     section 49A(1) (sexual penetration of a child under the age of 12);

        (xixa)     section 49B(1) (sexual penetration of a child under the age of 16);

              (xx)     section 49D(1) (sexual assault of a child under the age of 16);

        (xxa)     section 49F(1) (sexual activity in the presence of a child under the age of 16);

        (xxb)     section 49H(1) (causing a child under the age of 16 to be present during sexual activity);

              (xxi)     section 49C(1) (sexual penetration of a child aged 16 or 17 under care, supervision or authority);

              (xxii)     section 49E(1) (sexual assault of a child aged 16 or 17 under care, supervision or authority);

        (xxiia)     section 49G(1) (sexual activity in the presence of a child aged 16 or 17 under care, supervision or authority);

        (xxiib)     section 49I(1) (causing a child aged 16 or 17 under care, supervision or authority to be present during sexual activity);

              (xxv)     section 44(1) (procuring sexual act by threat);

              (xxvi)     section 45(1) (procuring sexual act by fraud);

              (xxvii)     section 49K(1) (encouraging a child under the age of 16 to engage in, or be involved in, sexual activity);

              (xxviii)     section 49L(1) (encouraging a child aged 16 or 17 under care, supervision or authority to engage in, or be involved in, sexual activity);

              (xxxi)     section 63A (kidnapping);

              (xxxii)     section 51C(1) (producing child abuse material);

        (xxxiia)     section 51E(1) (administering a website used to deal with child abuse material);

        (xxxiib)     section 51F(1) (encouraging use of a website to deal with child abuse material);

        (xxxiic)     section 51I(1) (assisting a person to avoid apprehension);

              (xxxiii)     section 49Q(1) (causing or allowing a sexual performance involving a child);

        (xxxiiia)     section 49R(1) (inviting or offering a sexual performance involving a child).

S. 89DD inserted by No. 15/2014 s. 7, amended by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 151.6).



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