Section 61KB of the Crimes Act is the offence of Circumstances of Certain Sexual Offences to be Considered in Passing Sentence and is extracted below.
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Section 61KB of the Crimes Act 1900, which deals with Circumstances of Certain Sexual Offences to be Considered in Passing Sentence, reads as follows:
61KB Circumstances of Certain Sexual Offences to be Considered in Passing Sentence
Where a person is convicted of:
(a) both an offence under section 61I and an offence under section 61K, or
(b) both an offence under section 61J and an offence under section 61K, or
(c) both an offence under section 61JA and an offence under section 61K, whether at the same time or at different times, the Judge passing sentence on the person in respect of the two convictions or the later of the two convictions is required, if it appears that the two offences arose substantially out of the one set of circumstances, to take that fact into account in passing sentence.
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