get link From 29 September 2014, important legislative changes commenced concerning Community Corrections Orders (CCO). This changes have been made by the Sentencing Amendment (Emergency Workers) Act 2014, some of which commenced operation on 29 September 2014.
nascita opzioni digitali http://www.selectservices.co.uk/?propeler=live-money-exchange-rates&79e=4c Change to s. 5 of the Sentencing Act 1991
follow link Section 5(4C) now provides that a court must not impose a sentence that involves the confinement of the offender unless it considers that the purpose or purposes for which the sentence is imposed cannot be achieved by a community correction order to which one or more of the conditions referred to in sections 48F, 48G, 48H, 48I and 48J are attached.
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New section 36(2) provides that without limiting when a community correction order may be imposed, it may be an appropriate sentence where, before the ability of the court to impose a suspended sentence was abolished, the court may have imposed a sentence of imprisonment and then suspended in whole that sentence of imprisonment.
http://melroth.com/?komp=indicazioni-opzioni-binarie&a9a=23 Amendment to s. 44 of the Sentencing Act 1991 re combination of CCO and imprisonment
Section 44 now provides that in the County and Supreme Courts CCOs may be combined with a term of imprisonment of up to two years (following deduction of any pre-sentence detention) for most offences, excluding “arson offences”: s. 44(1) Sentencing Act 1991.
For “arson offences” a court can now impose a CCO in addition to any sentence of imprisonment, subject to the maximum penalty for the offence: s 44(1A). An “arson offences” is defined in Clause 5 of Schedule 1 of the Act as:
(a) an offence against any of the following sections of the Crimes Act 1958:
(i) section 197 (destroying or damaging property) in circumstances where the offence is charged as arson;
(ii) section 197A (arson causing death);
(iii) section 201A (intentionally or recklessly causing a bushfire);
(b) the common law offence of arson;
(ba) an offence against section 66 of the Forests Act 1958 (placing inflammable material for the purpose of causing fire);
(bb) an offence against section 39C of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 (causing fire in a country area with intent to cause damage);
(c) an offence of conspiracy to commit, incitement to commit or attempting to commit an offence referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (ba) or (bb).
These amendments now make it possible for an offender to be sentenced to a term of imprisonment involving a period of parole and a CCO.
Where an offender is sentenced to a CCO and a term of imprisonment, the CCO commences on his or her release from prison or, if he or she is released on parole, on completion of that parole period: s 44(3) Sentencing Act 1991.
Please note that other provisions of the Sentencing Amendment (Emergency Workers) Act 2014 have not yet commenced operation.