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The Prohibition on Prosecutions for Blasphemy

The Prohibition on Prosecutions for Blasphemy is contained in Section 574 of the Crimes Act 1900 NSW, which provides that a person cannot be prosecuted for a blasphemous publication whether that publication is verbal, written, by conduct or gesture, or made otherwise if the publication is by way of argument or statement and not intended to scoff, revile, violate public decency, or breach the peace.

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