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Firing at a Dwelling-House or Building in the Course of Organised Criminal Activity is an offence under section 93GA(1B) of the Crimes Act 1900, which carries a maximum penalty of 16 years in prison.
To establish the offence, the prosecution must prove beyond reasonable doubt that:
It is not necessary for the prosecution to prove that a person was actually endangered by your conduct.
A ‘firearm’ is defined as:
A gun, or other weapon, that is or was, capable of propelling a projectile by means of an explosive, and includes a blank fire firearm, or an air gun, but does not include a paintball marker.
The definition includes an ‘imitation firearm’ which is an object that, regardless of its colour, weight or composition, or the presence or absence of any moveable parts, substantially duplicates a firearm in appearance, but is not a firearm.
The definition does not include an object produced and identified as a children’s toy.
A ‘dwelling-house’ includes:
A ‘building’ includes a vehicle, vessel, tent or temporary structure.
Defences to the charge include:
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