(1) Subject to subsection (2), the trial judge must—
(a) correct a statement or suggestion by the prosecution or defence counsel (or, if the accused is unrepresented, the accused) that is prohibited by this Act; and
(b) correct a statement or suggestion prohibited by this Act that is in a question from the jury.
Sections 33, 42 and 51(1) prohibit certain statements and suggestions.
(2) The trial judge need not correct a statement or suggestion referred to in subsection (1) if there are good reasons for not doing so.
A good reason may be that counsel has already corrected a prohibited statement or suggestion at the invitation of the trial judge.