(1) A complainant may give evidence-in-chief (wholly or partly) in the form of a recorded statement in accordance with this Division.
(2) In determining whether or not to have a complainant give evidence wholly or partly in the form of a recorded statement, the prosecution must taken into account—
(a) the wishes of the complainant; and
(b) any evidence of intimidation of the complainant by the accused; and
(c) the purpose of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008 .
The purpose of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008 is set out in section 1 of that Act.
S. 387F inserted by No. 33/2018 s. 116.