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CRIMES ACT 1900 - SECT 51A
51A Predatory driving
(1) The driver of a vehicle who, while in pursuit of or travelling near
(a) engages in a course of conduct that causes or threatens
an impact involving the other vehicle, and
(b) intends by that course of
conduct to cause a person in the other vehicle actual bodily harm, is guilty
of an offence and liable to imprisonment for 5 years.
(2) This section does
not take away the liability of any person to be prosecuted for or found guilty
of an offence under this Act or of any other offence, or affect the punishment
that may be imposed for any such offence. However, a person who--
(a) has been
convicted or acquitted of an offence under this section cannot be prosecuted
for any other offence under this Act on the same, or substantially the same,
(b) has been convicted or acquitted of any other offence under this
Act cannot be prosecuted for an offence under this section on the same, or
substantially the same, facts.
(3) In this section--
"impact" involving a vehicle includes--
(a) an impact with any other vehicle
or with a person or object, or
(b) the vehicle overturning or leaving a road.
"vehicle" has the same meaning it has in section 52A.
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