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Contents (1900 - 40)
Crimes Act 1900 No 40
Current version for 2 July 2018 to date (accessed 17 July 2018 at 10:00)
Part 3A Division 7 Section 93X
93X   Consorting
(1)  A person who:
(a)  habitually consorts with convicted offenders, and
(b)  consorts with those convicted offenders after having been given an official warning in relation to each of those convicted offenders,
is guilty of an offence.
Maximum penalty: Imprisonment for 3 years, or a fine of 150 penalty units, or both.
(2)  A person does not habitually consort with convicted offenders unless:
(a)  the person consorts with at least 2 convicted offenders (whether on the same or separate occasions), and
(b)  the person consorts with each convicted offender on at least 2 occasions.
(3)  An official warning is a warning given by a police officer (orally or in writing) that:
(a)  a convicted offender is a convicted offender, and
(b)  consorting with a convicted offender is an offence.