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CRIMINAL CODE 1899 - SECT 77

Definitions for chapter

77 Definitions for chapter

In this chapter—

"consort" see section 77A .

"conviction" means a finding of guilt, or the acceptance of a plea of guilty, by a court.

"recognised offender" means an adult who has a recorded conviction, other than a spent conviction, for a relevant offence (whether on indictment or summary conviction).

"relevant offence" means—

(a) an indictable offence for which the maximum penalty is at least 5 years imprisonment, including an offence against a repealed provision of an Act; or
(b) an offence against—
(i) any of the following provisions of this Code—
section 61 (1) , if the penalty, paragraph (c) applies
section 69
section 75
section 77B
section 130
section 229H
section 229HC
section 229I
section 229K
section 317A (2)
section 327
section 355
section 408D
section 413
section 414 ; or
(ii) any of the following provisions of the Weapons Act 1990
section 50 (1) , if the penalty, paragraph (c) (ii) or (iii) applies
section 50B (1) , if the penalty, paragraph (c) (iii) applies
section 57 (3) or (4)
section 58
section 61
section 62
section 63
section 69 (1A) , if the penalty, paragraph (c) applies
section 151B
section 151D ; or
(c) an offence against the law of another State or the Commonwealth, or a place outside Australia, that, if the offence had been committed in Queensland, would be a relevant offence under paragraph (a) or (b) ; or
(d) an offence against either of the following provisions—
• the Criminal Code (Cwlth) , section 102.8
• the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) , section 310J .



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