(1) An infringement offender must be brought before the Court within 48 hours after being arrested under an infringement warrant.
(2) If it is not practicable to bring an infringement offender before the Court within 48 hours after being arrested—
(a) a date for the infringement offender to appear before the Court must be fixed; and
(b) the infringement offender must be given a written notice requiring him or her to appear before the Court on that date.
(3) If a community work permit has been issued to an infringement offender and—
(a) the offender fails to comply with the permit or a condition of the permit or any requirement of the regulations made for the purposes of this Part; or
(b) the permit is cancelled—
the offender must be brought before the Court as soon as practicable after the failure or cancellation.
(4) An infringement offender arrested under an infringement warrant may be discharged from custody on bail under section 10 of the Bail Act 1977 .
(5) This section ceases to apply if there are no outstanding fines under the infringement warrant.