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2 September, 2010
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Mr C.C. PORTER: […] Of course, a range of materials go out to an accused person conviction. I am not certain that this will present insurmountable procedural difficulties but procedural fairness clause that requires the prosecution to give notice to the person that it application in accordance with clause 5.

Mr J.R. QUIGLEY: The prosecution does not have to give that notice prior to the person convicted, does it?

Mr C.C. Porter: That determines what is meant by the PBO proceedings.

Mr P. PAPALIA: I have to admit that my head is hurting listening to these two lawyers discuss legislation.

Mr C.C. Porter: The member had better take a Panadol!

Mr P. PAPALIA: Please forgive me: I am an old diver; I am not at all qualified in law!

Subject: Prohibited Behaviour Orders Bill 2010 [Legislative Assembly – Consideration in Detail]

Date: 19 August 2010

Hansard reference: p. 5881 [online (pdf)]

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