Section 61KA of the Crimes Act is the offence of Offender Married to Victim and is extracted below.
While Offender Married to Victim is a serious offence that carries heavy penalties, with the help of an experienced criminal lawyer you can fight the charges and get a favourable outcome in your case.
Section 61KA of the Crimes Act 1900, which deals with Offender Married to Victim, reads as follows:
61KA Offender Married to Victim
The fact that a person is married to a person:
(a) upon whom an offence under section 61I, 61J, 61JA or 61K is alleged to have been committed is no bar to the first mentioned person being convicted of the offence, or
(b) upon whom an offence under any of those sections is alleged to have been attempted is no bar to the first mentioned person being convicted of the attempt.
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