(1) In this section—
"integrated directions" means directions referred to in subsection (3).
(2) The trial judge may give to the jury directions that contain, or are in the form of, factual questions that address matters that the jury must consider or be satisfied of in order to reach a verdict, including the elements of the offence and any relevant defences.
(3) The trial judge may give integrated directions that combine the factual questions referred to in subsection (2) with—
(a) directions on the evidence and how the evidence is to be assessed; or
(b) references to the way in which the prosecution and the accused have put their cases in relation to the issues in the trial; or
(c) any evidence identified under section 66.
(4) A trial judge who addresses a matter—
(a) by a factual question need not also address the matter in any other direction; or
(b) in integrated directions need
not also address the matter in directions that are not integrated directions.
Part 9—Transitional provisions