Enhancements to finalisation letters
The finalisation letters in the By Lawyers Criminal and Traffic Guides (NSW) have been enhanced.
The finalisation letters now cover all sentencing outcomes, including Community Correction Orders.
There are now separate finalisation letters in the Traffic guide for drink driving offences, which include an Interlock order as a sentencing outcome, and for general offences, which do not include the Interlock outcome.
In both guides there is now also a separate letter dealing with deferral of sentence under s 11 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999.
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