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Determination in relation to a person of or over the age of 18 years in a remand centre


        (a)     the accused in a criminal proceeding in any court is of or over the age of 18 years and is in a remand centre (within the meaning of the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 ), pursuant to a remand warrant issued when the accused was aged under 18; and

        (b)     the criminal proceeding relates to one or more offences alleged to have been committed when the accused was of or over the age of 18 years—

in making a determination under this Act in relation to the accused, a bail decision maker must take into account (in addition to any other requirements of this Act)—

        (c)     whether the accused has engaged in conduct that threatens the good order and safe operation of the youth remand centre; and

        (d)     whether the accused can be properly controlled in the youth remand centre.

S. 3D inserted by No. 3/2018 s. 6, substituted by No. 32/2018 s. 83.

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