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Ambas modificaciones se refieren a los delitos cometidos con armas y a sus respectivas sanciones. Incluye disposiciones sobre trabajos para la comunidad arts. Law No. Chapter 1. General provisions Chapter 2. Principles of the activity of the Prosecutor's Office Chapter 3. System of the Prosecutor's Office Chapter 4. College of Prosecutor's Office Chapter 5.
Competencies of the Prosecutor's Office and prosecution acts Chapter 6. Subordination in the Prosecutor's Office Chapter 7. Procedure of appointing and release from position of prosecutor, classification degrees of the Prosecutor's Office and the procedure of granting thereof Chapter 8. Rights and duties of prosecutors, attestation and training Chapter 9. Procedure of promotion of prosecutors and submission to disciplinary liability Chapter Procedure of sending on business trip, of release from work and suspension of competencies of prosecutor Chapter Material, legal, social and other guarantees for prosecutor's activity Chapter Rules of prosecutor's behaviour Chapter Prosecutor's service Chapter Financial provision of the Prosecutor's Office Chapter Transitional and final provisions.
Establishes the general object of regulation, namely the procedure of disclosure, rights of informant, who provides disclosure information; also the obligations of public authorities, public organizations in relation with disclosure.
Also regulates the relations with regard to the protection of informants and persons connected with informants, also the procedure of inside disclosure and outside disclosure. Chapter I. General provisions Chapter II. Organization of the works of the Committee Chapter IV.
Functions and competencies of the Committee Chapter V. Analysis and proceedings implemented by the Committee. Article 23, chapters 3, 5, 8 enter into force on 1 January , chapter January Rephrases the title of article which now reads: "Causing physical severe pain or psychic severe suffer"; supplements the code with new article Government decision No N establishing the list of positions prohibited to prisoners and convicted persons.
Cancels the previous government decision N N on the establishment of the list of positions prohibited to prisoners and convicted persons. Government Decision No. Section 1: Criminal legislation; Section 2: Crime; Section 3: Punishment; Section 4: Exemption from criminal liability and punishment; Section 5: Peculiarities of criminal liability and punishment for minors; Section 6: Measures of medical enforcement; Section 7: Crimes against persons; Section 8: Crimes against property, economy and implementation of economic activity; Section 9: Crimes against public security, computer data security, public order and morality, and public health; Section Crimes against environmental safety; Section Crimes against state power; Section Crimes against military service; Section Crimes against peace and human security; Section Final provisions.
Unofficial English translation. Provides, inter alia, that persons arrested and detained shall have the right to work section Law of on the legal status of the penitentiary service.
Criminal Procedure Code. Youth Justice Administration Act No. An Act to provide for the establishment and management of training centres and community based supervision services; to make related or consequential amendments to various other Acts; and for other purposes. Family Violence Act A Enhancing Online Safety Act No. An Act to provide for the making of declarations and orders for the purpose of disrupting and restricting the activities of criminal organisations and their members; to make related amendments to various Acts; and for other purposes.
Crimes Surveillance Devices Act A Inserts a new Division into the Criminal Code Act concerning torture. Repeals the Crimes Torture Act Amends the Crimes Act in order to help protect children from sexual, physical and emotional harm by permitting criminal history information to be disclosed and taken into account in assessing the suitability of persons for work with children.
Crimes Assumed Identities Act A Makes provision for the exercise of certain criminal jurisdiction by the Federal Court of Australia. Criminal Organisation Act An Act to provide for the making of declarations and orders for the purpose of disrupting and restricting the activities of organisations involved in serious criminal activity, and of their members and associates, and to make related amendments to other Acts.
Crimes Controlled Operations Act A An Act to protect persons from domestic and personal violence; to repeal Part 15A of the Crimes Act ; and to make consequential amendments to other Acts and instruments.
Makes amendments to the Criminal Law Consolidation Act , the Criminal Law Sentencing Act , and the Young Offenders Act , concerning making provision for serious repeat offending by young people. Makes amendments to the Bail Act section 10A - presumption against bail in certain cases ; the Correctional Services Act section 5 - Victims Register ; the Evidence Act inserts new section 29A concerning victim who is a witness entitled to be present in court unless court orders otherwise ; the Victims of Crime Act sections 3, 4, 5, 7 right to have perceived need for protection taken into account in bail proceedings , 8, 9A victim of serious offence entitled to be consulted in relation to certain decisions and 9B victim's entitlement to be present in court , 10A victim may request consideration of appeal , 18 and 20 compensation ; and the Youth Court Act section 24 - persons who may be present in court.
Corrective Services Act No. Anti-terrorism Act No. Crimes Sentence Administration Act A Crimes Sentencing Act A Amends the heading to Part 5, Division 4 of the Act and inserts new section A entitled Dealing in instruments of crime. Defamation Act No. Schedule 1: Amendments relating to deceptive recruiting, trafficking in persons and debt bondage. Schedule 2: Consequential amendments Provides for offences relating to trafficking in persons.
Crimes Amendment Act No. Amends section 15X of the Act concerning state and territory agencies and the giving of evidence by these agencies. Inserts a new section after Crimes Restorative Justice Act A Provides for offence of associating with terrorist organisations, transfer of prisoners, and some related matters. Contains provisions regarding foreign travel documents, persons in relation to whom ASIO questionning warrants are being sought, forensic procedures, and some related matters. Amends law relating to foreign incursions and recruitment, and to terrorism offences and proceeds of crime.
Also provides for some related matters. Amends legislation relating to Australian Intelligence Organisation to enhance the country's ability to combat terrorism.
Makes provision for special powers for law enforcement agencies in dealing with terrorism offences. Criminal Code A Chapter 1 - Preliminary Chapter 2 - General principles of criminal responsibility Chapter 3 - Theft, fraud, bribery and related offences Chapter 4 - Property damage and computer offences Chapter 5 - [Revoked] Chapter 6 - Serious drug offences Chapter 6A - Participation in criminal groups Chapter 7 - Administration of justice offences Chapter 8 - Miscellaneous.
Victims of Crime Act No. Act to lay down principles to govern the treatment of victims of crime in the criminal justice system; to provide limited rights to statutory compensation for injury suffered as a result of the commission of criminal offences; to repeal the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act Provides for application of Criminal Code to certain offences, as well as for some related matters.
Crimes at Sea Act Act No. An Act to give effect to a cooperative scheme for dealing with crimes at sea, to repeal the Criminal Law Offences at Sea Act and for related purposes. Criminal Law Amendment Act No. Deals, inter alia, with the granting of bail, several sexual offences and cross-examination. Crimes Forensic Procedures Act A Crimes Administration of Sentences Regulation No.
Made under Crimes Administration of Sentences Act Comprehensive legislation on full-time imprisonment, periodic detention, home detention, community service work, and parole. Sections regulate hours of work inmates may be required to perform. Made under Crimes Administration of Sentences Act, Transfers to Periodic Detention of Prisoners Regulation certain provisions of the repealed Home Detention Regulations in relation to home detention , the repealed Community Service Orders Regulation in relation to community service work , and the repealed Sentencing General Regulation in relation to parole.
Part 4 regulates community service work. Provides for hours of work, meal breaks and tea breaks, computation of hours, supervision, and some related matters.
Crimes Sentencing Procedure Regulation, No. Made under Crimes Sentencing Procedure Act Divided into 5 parts. Part I contains preliminary provisions. Part II deals with sentencing procedures generally; Part III with sentencing procedures for periodic detention orders. Part IV provides for procedures for home detention, and Part V for sentencing procedures for community service orders. Crimes Administration of Sentences Act No An Act to consolidate and amend the law with respect to the administration of certain sentences; and for other purposes.
Crimes Sentencing Procedure Act No An Act to consolidate and amend the law with respect to the sentencing of offenders; and for other purposes.
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