156 Application to Supreme Court by State
(a) the Parole Authority decides that a serious offender should be
released on parole, and
(b) the Attorney General or the Director of Public Prosecutions
alleges that the decision of the Parole Authority has been made on the basis
of false, misleading or irrelevant information,
the Attorney General or the Director of Public Prosecutions may, in
accordance with rules of court, apply to the Supreme Court for a direction to
be given to the Parole Authority as to whether the information was false,
misleading or irrelevant.
(2) The Supreme Court may give such directions with respect to the
information as it thinks fit.
(3) This section does not give the Supreme Court jurisdiction to
consider the merits of the Parole Authority’s decision otherwise than on
the grounds referred to in subsection (1).