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SECTION WORDING
732.2(1) A probation order comes into force (a) on the date on which the order is made; (b) where the offender is sentenced to imprisonment under paragraph 731(1)(b) or was previously sentenced to imprisonment for another offence, as soon as the offender is released from prison or, if released from prison on conditional release, at the expiration of the sentence of imprisonment; or (c) where the offender is under a conditional sentence order, at the expiration of the conditional sentence order.

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breach-of-bail-recognizanceA discussion about breaches of recognizance and the consequences a breach can have on the outstanding substantive charge. Systemic pressures on an accused are analysed, with a view from sparing the clients from a systemically coerced plea.





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