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Penalty for Making Using Interfering with Unique Identifiers | Section 154H Crimes Act NSW

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The maximum penalty for the offence of “making using interfering with unique identifiers” is 7 years in prison.

According to the Judicial Commission of NSW, the actual penalties imposed for the offence are as follows:

  • Community Correction Order: 30.77%
  • Fine Only: 23.08%
  • Prison: 15.38%
  • Conditional Release Order with Conviction: 7.69%
  • Conditional Release Order without Conviction: 7.69%
  • Intensive Correction Order: 7.69%
  • Section 9 Bond: 7.69%

The average prison sentence for the offence is 6.5 months imprisonment.

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