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Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Page 3 27 Offender failing to appear under recognisance or when called . . 70 28 Termination of recognisance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Division 3 Release on entering into recognisance 29 Court may act under this division whether or not it records conviction 7 Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Page 3 27 Offender failing to appear under recognisance or when called . . 66 28 Termination of recognisance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Division 3 Release on entering into recognisance 29 Court may act under this division whether or not it records conviction 6

PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - As at 30 April 2021 - Act 48 of 1992 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Long Title Preamble PART 1 - PRELIMINARY 1. Short title 3. Purposes 4. Definitions 4A. Meaning of authorised corrective services officer 5. Meaning of penalty unit 5A. Prescribed value of particular penalty unit 6 Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Page 5 70 Fine reduced proportionate to imprisonment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 71 Community service to be performed cumulatively . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 72 Performance of community service to be credited against fine . . 90 73 Payments and application of payments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

  1. ation of recognisance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Division 3 Release on entering into recognisance 29 Court may act under this division whether or not it records conviction 7
  2. Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld): purposes, guidelines and factors . The . Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) ('PSA') is the key piece of legislation that guides sentencing for offences in Queensland. The Act has its own purposes as a piece of legislation, and also lists sentencing guidelines and factors which courts must consider. 4.1.1 The purposes of the PS
  3. For example, section 9 (4) of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) requires an actual term of imprisonment to be imposed on offenders convicted of any: sexual offence relating to a child under 16 years child exploitation material (pornography) offence
  4. Last updated 8 January 2019. A court may impose a fine when it finds a person guilty of an offence, whether or not it records a conviction (s 44 Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act)). It may impose a fine in addition to, or instead of, any other sentence (e.g. in addition to imprisonment)
  5. al Code Act 1899 (Qld) and other legislation set out the punishments that can be imposed for particular offences, while the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act) outlines sentencing guidelines and a wide range of sentencing options for judges and magistrates that must be adhered to when sentencing adult offenders
  6. The main legislation that guides sentencing in Queensland is: • Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) — for adult offenders • Youth Justice Act 1992 (Qld) — for child offenders. These Acts set out the types of penalties available to the court (for example, fines, probation, community service orders an

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The Penalties and Sentences Act sets out the sorts of things the court needs to consider when deciding what your penalty or sentence should be. not leave Queensland without the approval of your probation officer; follow every reasonable direction of your probation officer (4A) To help the sentencing court for the purposes of subsections (3) and (3B) , the prosecuting authority must give to the court a presentence custody certificate. (5) If the sentencing court is satisfied that the time declared under subsection (3) was not correct, it must— (a) declare the correct time; an Court may reopen sentencing proceedings 188 Court may reopen sentencing proceedings (1) If a court has in, or in connection with, a criminal proceeding, including a proceeding on appeal— (a) imposed a sentence that is not in accordance with the law; o Legal Aid Queensland - Criminal Law Duty Lawyer Handbook Chapter 13—Sentencing options | 187 Under s 185 of the Penalties and Sentences Act, a person who does not pay a penalty as required may be imprisoned. The maximum period of imprisonment is 14 days per penalty unit

(a) does not stop a court from making any other order that it may make under this or another Act because of the conviction; and (b) has the same result as if a conviction had been recorded for the purposes of— (i) appeals against sentence; and (ii) proceedings for variation or contravention of sentence; and under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Queensland Corrective Services - February 2010 - Version 2 Department of Community Safety. page 1. Sentencing is a complex process and often the Court is required to consider the impact of different and overlapping penalty regimes when it sentences a Last updated 8 January 2019 Offenders can be declared convicted of a serious violent offence under pt 9A of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act). This declaration is automatic where the offender has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment or more for an offence listed in sch 1 of the Penalties and Sentences Act Penalties and Sentences Act 1992. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to sentencing of offenders and to impose a levy on offenders on sentence. Preamble. 1 Society is entitled to protect itself and its members from harm

punishment (Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld), ss 91 and 101). Under s 31 of the Penalties and Sentences Act, a good behaviour bond is also an option, as it applies to summary offences. A defendant can also apply for a discharge without conviction under s 19 of the Penalties and Sentences Act to disqualify under s 187 of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld). You will need to put as much material as possible before the court about the defendant's need for and use of their licence, and the consequences of disqualification. F . Restricted (provisional) licenc Print Sentence options under the Youth Justice Act. The Youth Justice Act 1992 sets out how children who commit offences, or who are alleged to have committed offences will be dealt with by the courts and the legal system. The Act is the exclusive sentencing code for criminal court matters to do with children. Part 7 of the Act covers the possible sentencing options a court can impose on a.

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Last updated 8 January 2019 Indefinite sentences An offender who is a serious danger to the community as defined in the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act), and who has been convicted of a violent offence can be given an indefinite sentence (pt 10). This means that no definite term o Queensland Courts Subject: Practice Direction Keywords: District Court, Queensland, Practice Direction, 3 of 1999, 3/1999, Penalties and Sentences Act 1992, s 13A, section 13A, Chief Judge, PM Wolfe, 7 June 1999 Created Date: 3/31/2016 4:54:57 P

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Queensland legislation as a purpose of sentencing (s 9(1)(e) of the Penalties and Sentences Act). In introducing the Penalties and Sentences (Serious Violent Offences) Bill 1997 to the Legislative Assembly, Hon D E Beanland MLA stated: The provisions of the new Part in the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 wil Last updated 8 January 2019 A court may impose a fine when it finds a person guilty of an offence, whether or not it records a conviction (s 44 Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act)). It may impose a fine in addition to, or instead of, any other sentence (e.g. i (Qld) (Penalties and Sentences Act) outlines sentencing guidelines and a wide range of sentencing options for judges and magistrates that must be adhered to when sentencing adult offenders. The guidelines make it clear that the only purpose for which sentences may be imposed are to administe

the Penalties and Sentences Act). Under s 189 of the Penalties and Sentences Act, in a proper case, if a defendant is represented, pleads guilty and asks the court to take into account a list of offences, the court may take those offences into account in imposing a penalty Queensland: Penalties and Sentencing Act 1992 (Qld) South Australia: Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988 (SA) Tasmania: Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas) [5] Victoria: Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) [6] Western Australia: Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) Australian Capital Territory: Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 (ACT Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas) s 3 describes the purpose of the Act. [10] Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW) s 3A; Sentencing Act 1997 (NT) s 5; Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) s 9; Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988 (SA) s 10; Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas) s 3; Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) s 5; Veen v R (No 2) (1988) 164 CLR 465 8.3 Mandatory sentencing laws require that judicial officers deliver a minimum or fixed penalty (for the purposes of this Report, a term of imprisonment) upon conviction of certain offences on an offender.[1] While, mandatory sentencing laws are found in most Australian jurisdictions in various forms,[2] they are a departure from the standard approach to legislating. Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) s 9(2)(p); Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988 (SA) s 9C. See ch 10 for a discussion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sentencing courts. [45] Judge Stephen Norrish QC, Submission 96. See also National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, Submission 109

The effect of the order is that the offender serves the sentence of imprisonment by way of intensive correction in the community rather than in prison (s 113 Penalties and Sentences Act). An intensive correction order is usually imposed as a last resort (on people who have a history of offending) before an offender is given a sentence of actual imprisonment (to be served in prison) Sentencing submissions for offences involving domestic violence in Queensland A second significant change, to both the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 and the Youth Justice Act 1992 , is that, prior to sentencing of an offender convicted of a domestic violence offence, both the prosecution and defence now may make a submission to the court as to what the appropriate sentence might be The penalty unit value in Queensland is $133.45 (current from 1 July 2019). For example, the penalty for driving without due care and attention—a hooning offence—is a maximum of 40 penalty units or 6 months imprisonment; therefore the maximum fine for the offence is now $ 5338. Learn more about sentencing. Special legislatio QUEENSLAND. Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (S.188 (4)) Penalties and Sentences Regulation 1992. APPLICATION TO RE-OPEN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS. TO: The Court *(of Queensland) at. Court: Place: Offender: Date of Birth: Offences Convicted of: Date of Sentence: Sentence imposed: TAKE NOTICE. that I,

Section 179M of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Penalties and Sentences Act) enables a prosecutor to request that the court allow for a person to read aloud a VIS during sentencing. Section 179N of the Penalties and Sentences Act provide for a number of arrangements that the court can consider when allowing a person to read out a VIS Applicants. If it is determined that the client has prospects of success in re-opening a sentence and the client meets the merit test, an extension of aid is available for the applicant to be represented in the magistrates court in relation to a re-opening of a sentence pursuant to section 188 of the Penalties and Sentences Act Note— Under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992, section 12A, if a person is convicted of an offence that the court is satisfied is also a domestic violence offence, the court must order the conviction also be recorded as being for a domestic violence offence or, if no conviction is recorded, entered in the person's criminal history as a domestic violence offence District Court of Queensland Act 1967 (Qld) s 118 . Justices Act 1886 (Qld) s 222, s 223, s, 224, s 225, s 227, 2 . Penalties and Sentences Act (Qld) s 4, s 91, s 101 . Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Qld) s 754 . Serious and Organized Crime Legislation Amendment Act 2016 (Qld) s 307 Sentencing in Australia and New Zealand operates within statutory frameworks: Crimes Act 1914 (Cth), Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 (ACT), Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW), Sentencing Act 1995 (NT), Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld), Criminal Law (Sentencing Act) 1988 (SA), Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas), Sentencing Act 199

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Queensland, Penalties and Sentences Act 1992, Form, 82, section 161v, section 161w, section 161x, section 161y, Control order, Created Date 6/19/2017 3:34:28 P Queensland Consolidated Acts [Search this Act] PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SCHEDULE 1B SCHEDULE 1B - Serious drug offences Drugs Misuse Act 1986 Part 1 - Category A offences . Column 1 : Column 2 : Section : Section heading : 5 : Trafficking in dangerous drugs : Part 2.

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Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) states: 'A sentence imposed on an offender must be commensurate with the seriousness of the offence.' Another example is the sentencing of ndigenous defendants. Under s 9(2)(o) of the I. Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) in sentencing an offender, a court must have regard to Serious violent offences in Queensland are dealt with under the provisions of Part 9A of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992.Under these provisions, when an offender is convicted of a serious violent offence, the court must impose a sentence of imprisonment and the sentence must not allow for the offender's release from prison before 80% of the term of imprisonment, or 15 years (whichever. [176] See, eg, Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) ss 18A, 18B (indefinite sentence for offender convicted of serious offences where there is a high probability that offender is a serious dangerous to the community); Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) s 163(indefinite sentence for violent offender who poses a serious danger to the community); Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) s 98 (indefinite sentences where. This Act may be cited as the Penalties and Sentences (Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council) Amendment Act 2016. Part 2 Amendment of Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 2 Act amended This part amends the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992. Note— See also the amendments in schedule 1. 3 Amendment of s 4 (Definitions) Section 4— insert Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Form 01 - Recognisance to be of good behaviour and appear for sentence (DOC, 35KB) Form 02 - Warrant to apprehend offender for contravention of recognisance (DOC, 30KB

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Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) Road Transport (Safety and Management) Act. 1999 (Qld) Road Transport Act. 2013 (NSW). Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act. 1995 • As the legislation is relatively new in Queensland neither the prosecution nor the defence can provide any relevant comparatives as to what has transpired i Option 2 - Creating an explicit mitigating factor in the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) that will require a sentencing court to have regard to whether an offender's criminal behaviour.

PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SECT 13 Guilty plea to be taken into account 13 Guilty plea to be taken into account (1) In imposing a sentence on an offender who has pleaded guilty to an offence, a court— (a) must take the guilty plea into account; and (b) may reduce the sentence that it would have imposed had the offender not pleaded guilty Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 Part 2 Governing principles [s 9] (a) that involved the use of, or counselling or procuring the use of, or attempting or conspiring to use, violence against another person; or (b) that resulted in physical harm to another person. (3) In sentencing an offender to whom subsection (2A) applies PENALTIES AND SENTENCES REGULATION 2015 - Made under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 - As at 10 August 2020 - Reg 77 of 2015 TABLE OF PROVISIONS 1.Short title 2.Prescribed local government—Act, s 5(1)(b) 3.Value of penalty unit for particular purposes—Act, s 5A(1) 4

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Queensland Consolidated Acts [Search this Act] PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SECT 19 Order of court 19 Order of court (1) The court may make an order— (a) releasing the offender absolutely; or (b) that the offender be released if the offender enters into a recognisance. PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SECT 160 Definitions for div 3 160 Definitions for div 3 . In this division— current parole eligibility date , in relation to the imposition of a term of imprisonment mentioned in section 160A on an offender, means a parole eligibility date— (a) previously fixed for the offender in relation to another term of imprisonment; an Mandatory penalties that apply to a particular sentence type and sentence length (for example, the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment for murder and mandatory licence disqualification periods for certain offences under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 (Qld). Mandatory penalties applying to the sentence or penalty. The Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (the Act) provides a legislative mechanism to allow for an annual increase to the penalty unit value applicable to most state laws, the local laws of most local governments and the Penalty Infringement Notices (PINs) under these laws

Sentencing Act 1995 Contents page iv Version 09-k0-00 As at 01 Oct 2017 Extract from www.slp.wa.gov.au, see that website for further information 42. If statutory penalty is imprisonment and fine: sentencing options 55 43. If statutory penalty is imprisonment or fine: sentencing options 56 44 Penalties and Sentences (Sentencing Advisory Council) Amendment Act 2010 Page 4 2010 Act No. 48 The Parliament of Queensland enacts— 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Penalties and Sentences (Sentencing Advisory Council) Amendment Act 2010. 2 Commencement This Act commences on a day to be fixed by proclamation. 3 Act amende Aggravating factor on sentence - Effective 5 May 2016, domestic and family violence is an aggravating factor on sentencing for criminal offences under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (recommendation 118). Changes to support improved service responses and other systemic reform

Assault Charges QLD. Offences against the person in the form of assault is one of the more common types of crime committed in Queensland. Assault and related charges not only encompass physical injury, but also the threat of injury, and these charges often carry heavy sentences, such as imprisonment, community service or weekend detention Penalties and Sentences and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012 Page 3 ruling (directive) under the Public Service Act 2008 to be made by the time the amendments commence. Alternative Ways of Achieving Objectives (if appropriate) No other options were considered as legislative amendment is the only wa The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ's scholarly research

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Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) and Juvenile Justice Act 1992 (Qld) 418 SYDNEY LAW REVIEW [VOL 29: 415 We have been observing Indigenous justice practices (both Indigenous sentencing courts and the less formalised practices) and talking with the key actors involved Information about the sentencing of young offenders. Information about the sentencing of young offenders. Skip links and keyboard navigation. The Youth Justice Strategy Action Plan 2019-2021 sets out the steps the Queensland Government is taking to reduce youth offending, reoffending and keep children out of custody The current penalty value for an individual is $133.45. The penalty unit amount is greater for corporations. More information. Sentencing fines and penalties for offences (Queensland Government) Download Penalties and Sentences Act 1992

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Accordingly, those five sentencing objectives are: Retribution. Victims and their families are injured, either physically or emotionally, by a crime. Just in the same way we instinctually want to hit back, the criminal justice system uses sentencing as a way to hit a criminal back. While the punishment may not match the crime. Queensland: section 9(10A) Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) sections 73, 178-179 Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (Qld) Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act (2012) Bench Book see section 19.9 South Australia: Section 31 Intervention Orders (Prevention of Abuse) Act (2009) S The Serious Violent Offence (SVO) scheme operates under the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 and applies to offenders who have been sentenced for a range of serious offences. Once a person is declared to be convicted of an SVO, they are not eligible for parole until they have served the lesser of either 80 per cent of their sentence or 15 years imprisonment

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Queensland Law Society (QLS) welcomes proposed amendments to the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 and the Youth Justice Act 1992, which will address complications created by the High Court of Australia decision in Barbaro v The Queen and Zirilli v The Queen Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2008 Page 3 Notes on Provisions Clause 1 states that the short title of the Act is the Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts Amendment Act 2008. Clause 2 provides that section 3 and part 1 of the schedule commence on 1 January 2009, and part 2 of the schedule commences on a day to be fixe pursuant to s 203L(1)(b) of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld), on Terms of Reference issued by the Queensland Attorney-General to examine and report on the offences to which a Queensland minimum standard non-parole period scheme should apply and the levels at which thos

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Common Assault Offences, Penalties, Sentences & Defences; Sexual Assault Offences, Penalties, Sentences & Defences . Domestic violence in any of its forms is completely unacceptable, and is mainly committed by men against women and children. The Law in Australia, and in every state and territory now acknowledges this s1 4 s4 Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts Amendment The Parliament of Queensland enacts-- 1 ART 1--PRELIMINARY 2 P title 3 Short Clause 1. This Act may be cited as the Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts 4 Amendment Act 2000

Penalty: 12 Month $5000 Good Behaviour Bond as per s.31 Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 and a Training Order as per s.241 Work Health and Safety Act 2011 Details of successful prosecution against E16996 Queensland: ss 9(10A) and 12A Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) Magistrates Court of Queensland, Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 Bench Book (2017), See for examples: R v Major; ex parte Attorney-General (Qld) [2011] QCA 210 (30 August 2011) R v Fairbrother; ex parte A-G (Qld) [2005] QCA 105: South Australia: s 3 Sentencing. PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SECT 160A Application of ss 160B-160D 160A Application of ss 160B-160D (1) Sections 160B to 160D apply if a court is imposing a term of imprisonment on an offender for an offence. (2) Sections 160B to 160D are the only law under which a court may, on sentence of an offender for an offence, make an order relating to a person's release on parole Queenslanders think judges and magistrates are lenient when sentencing, according to poll. SOFT on crime - that's the verdict Queenslanders have given the state's judges and magistrates 9.5 Sentencing considerations • 1Queensland Heritage Act 1992 • penalty infringement notices • administrative notices and orders made under legislation • proceedings for court orders provided for under legislation • prosecution • suspension or cancellation of permit,.

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A penalty unit (PU) is a standard amount of money used to compute penalties for many breaches of law in Australia at both the federal, and state and territory level.Fines are calculated by multiplying the value of a penalty unit by the number of units prescribed for the offence.. Prior to the introduction of penalty units, fines and other charges were usually prescribed in terms of ordinary money Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 (Qld) Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Qld) State Penalties Enforcement Regulation 2014 Tobacco and other Smoking Products Act 1998. Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2008 Page 4 The Parliament of Queensland enacts— 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Penalties and Sentences and Other Acts Amendment Act 2008. 2 Commencement (1) Section 3 and the schedule, part 1 commence on 1 January 2009. (2) The schedule, part 2 commences on a day to be fixed b Tag Archives: Penalties And Sentencing Act QLD Sentencing Approaches Undertaken by the Court. In the last five years, the High Court of Australia has heavily criticised sentencing principles which implement an oversimplified approach and place significant weight to broad sentencing ranges and individual factors The Sentencing Benchbook has not been updated since April 2017. Take care to check the most up to date version of legislation when sentencing offenders. Carter's Criminal Law of Queensland contains an annotated Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 which is updated regularly. Update Notes. Update Notes - April 2017. Index to Sentencing Benchbook.

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