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1

Amir a Malaysian citizen is wanted in Australia to face charges of people smuggling. He is arrested in a malay fishing village by local authorities.
Which of the following is true?
a) Amir should be released from custody because the arrest occurred outside Oz jurisdiction
b) Aust police can immediately travel to Malaysia arrest Amir and take him to Australia
c) Aust police must make an application in a Malaysian court to obtain permission to return Amir to Australia

c) Aust police must make an application in a Malaysian court to obtain permission to return Amir to Australia

2

The NSW Council of Civil Liberties is best described as what type of organisation?

An NGO

3

Which of the following is considered an argument against the passing of an Australian HR act?
a) it's too difficult to pass as it needs a majority of voters in a majority of States.
b) It transfers power from the legislature to unelected members of the jury
c) It would quickly become outdated.

b) It transfers power from the legislature to unelected members of the jury

4

What is true about sentencing in NSW?
a) minimum sentences have been determined in legislation
b) Maximum legislation has been set in legislation
c) Judges must follow judicial guidelines
d) The jury recommends sentences to the judge

b) Maximum legislation has been set in legislation

5

when can a conceited ofedner get a suspended setnence

if sentence less than 2 years and they are then released on a good behaviour bodn

6

what happens if they breach probation?

can result in imprionsmnet

7

Criminal infringement notic?

uses police discretion for minor offecnes. Can be challenged in court but if unsucccesful they get a conviction recorded against them

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