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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 2 April 2020 at 06:12)
236 Submissions by Commissioner
(1) If the Commissioner notifies the Parole Authority that he or she may wish to make a submission under section 141A of the Act concerning the release on parole of an offender, the Parole Authority must give the Commissioner copies of the reports and other documents intended to be used by the Parole Authority in deciding whether the offender should be released on parole.(2) For the purposes of making a submission under section 141A of the Act, the Commissioner:(a) may be represented by a legal practitioner or, with the consent of the Parole Authority, by any other person, and(b) may call and examine any witness who attends, including any witness called by the Parole Authority, and(c) may give evidence on oath, and(d) may produce documents and exhibits to the Parole Authority, and(e) may otherwise adduce, orally and in writing, to the Parole Authority such matters, and address the Parole Authority on such matters, as are relevant to the proceedings before the Parole Authority.