http://www.backclinicinc.com/?jixer=piattaforma-borsa-binaria&146=be Since 30 September 2013, courts have wider powers under s 89A of the Sentencing Act 1991. The court can now suspend or cancel a driver licence for any offence:
“89A Suspension or cancellation of driver licence or learner permit and driver disqualification—any offence
(1) If a person is found guilty or convicted of any offence the court may—
(a) if the person is the holder of a driver licence or learner permit—
(i) suspend that licence or permit for the period of time that the court specifies; or
(ii) cancel that licence or permit and disqualify him or her from obtaining a further one for the period of time that the court specifies…
The provision was introduced by the Road Safety and Sentencing Acts Amendment Act 2013 and applies to offences commited on or after 30 September 2013. It obviously creates issues with licences (assessment reports/ interlocks) too. In many (most?) cases when such orders may be made, people will not qualifiy for VLA and may not receive proper advice, and the consequences are potentially devestating to employment/ famlies
On 1 Dec 13, the JCV will publish a new online bench book and accompanying material on the Open Courts Act 2013. Edited by retired SC Judge Bernard Bongiorno AO QC, the Open Courts Bench Book will provide courts and the public with collected resources on the principles of open justice and the availability of suppression or closed court orders. The bench book will be available on the JCV website, including checklists, flowcharts, commentary and model orders to help understand and apply the new Act.
The charge book now includes updates on:
- False imprisonment, and
The Sentencing Manual now includes updates on:
- 5.11 Correction of errors,
- 10.8 Physical health, and
- 10.13 Remorse.
enter site The eighth course will be held on 20 – 24 January 2014 at the Supreme Court of Queensland. Places are available for only 42 barristers. Seniority of at least two years at the private bar is a pre-requisite. The cost is $3,700 + airfares. Click here for full details.
Please note that the Bar will provide a here follow url substantial subsidy (around half) to one CBA member should you wish to enrol in the course. Please contact Michael Cahill (x 8151) for further details.
We understand this continues to be a concern for members. Our Chair appeared on the ABC News in relation to this issue last Friday and we continue to do what we can to advance the issue. Below are a number of articles in relation to the issue published in the past week:
Please continue to send your reports in relation to these matters to Michelle Mykytowycz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
THE CBA held its 2013 AGM on Wednesday 30 October 2013. Here are the draft Minutes of CBA AGM 2013. Members elected a new committee as follows.
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http://secon.se/?utm_campaign=SVENSK ENERGI CONSULT AB Ordinary members: Justin Hannebery, Carolene Gwynn, Karen Argiropoulos, Michael Stanton.
The committee further appointed the following three non-elected members: Leighton Gwynn, Nick Goodenough, Michelle Mykytowycz.
Great thanks go to all those that have served on the committee, in particular those retiring from it. In his concluding remarks at the meeting the new Chair particularly noted contributions from Remy van de Wiel QC, and before him Greg Lyon SC in their roles as Chair, and also Justice Croucher prior to his appointment earlier this year.