CRIMES ACT 1914
In this Part, unless the contrary intention appears:
, in relation to 2 or more sentences or terms of imprisonment, or in relation to the unserved portions of such sentences or terms, means the total effective sentence or term of imprisonment imposed, or remaining unserved, as the case may be, having regard to whether the sentences or terms are to be served cumulatively, partly cumulatively or concurrently.
Examples demonstrating meaning of aggregate
Example 1: The aggregate of 3 sentences, each of 2 years, to be served concurrently, is 2 years.
Example 2: The aggregate of 3 sentences, each of 2 years, where 2 sentences are to be served concurrently and one is to be served cumulatively, is 4 years.
Example 3: The aggregate of a one year unserved portion of a sentence, a 2 year unserved portion of another sentence, to be served concurrently with the first sentence, and a 2 year sentence to be served cumulatively, is 4 years.
(a) physical, psychological and emotional suffering; and
(b) economic and other loss; and
means a licence granted under section 19AP .
(a) if a recognizance release order has been made for the federal sentence - at the end of the day before the person is eligible for release in accordance with the recognizance release order; and
(b) in any other case:
(i) at the end of the last day of any federal sentence that is, on the day of the release, being served or to be served (after deducting any remission or reduction that is applicable); or
(ii) if the person has been given a federal life sentence - at the end of the day specified in the licence as the day on which the licence period ends.
, in relation to a sentence or sentences of imprisonment, means that part of the period of imprisonment for that sentence or those sentences during which the person is not to be released on parole, whether that part of the period is fixed or recommended by a court or fixed by operation of law.
(a) an officer of a State, the Australian Capital Territory or the Northern Territory in respect of whom there applies:
(i) an arrangement in force under paragraph 21F(1)(b) ; or
(ii) an arrangement having a substantially similar effect in force under section 3B ; or
(b) a person appointed or engaged under the Public Service Act 1999 in respect of whom an appointment under subsection 21F(3) is in force.
, for a person for whom a parole order has been made, has the meaning given by section 19AMA .
, in relation to a recognizance release order made in respect of a federal sentence or sentences, means the period of imprisonment specified in that order as the period of imprisonment in respect of that sentence or those sentences after service of which the offender may be released on the giving of security in accordance with that order.
(a) a person who holds office as a Magistrate of a State, the Australian Capital Territory or the Northern Territory and in respect of whom an arrangement in force under paragraph 21F(1)(a) is applicable; or
(b) a person who holds office as a Magistrate of a Territory (other than the Australian Capital Territory or the Northern Territory); or
(c) unless an arrangement has been entered into under paragraph 21F(1)(a) in respect of persons holding office as Magistrates of the Australian Capital Territory - a person who holds office as a Magistrate of the Australian Capital Territory.
recognizance release order
means an order made under paragraph 20(1)(b) .
released on licence
means released from prison under section 19AP .
released on parole
means released from prison under a parole order in accordance with section 19AM .
(a) starting when the person is released from prison on parole or licence; and
(b) ending at the earlier of the following times:
(i) the end of the person ' s parole period or licence period;
(ii) if the parole order or licence specifies an earlier time at which the supervision period is to end - that earlier time.
In this Part, expressions in the plural do not imply that expressions in the singular do not include the plural.