CRIMES ACT 1914

PART VIIC - PARDONS, QUASHED CONVICTIONS AND SPENT CONVICTIONS  

Division 1 - Interpretation and application of Part  

SECTION 85ZN   85ZN   MEANING OF ``QUASH''  
For the purposes of this Part, a person's conviction of an offence shall be taken to have been quashed:


(a) where the person was convicted of the offence - if the conviction has been quashed or set aside;


(b) where the person was found guilty of the offence, but discharged without conviction - if the finding of guilt has been quashed or set aside; or


(c) where the person was not found guilty of the offence, but a court has taken it into account in passing sentence on the person for another offence:


(i) if the person's conviction of the other offence has been quashed or set aside; or

(ii) if the court's decision to take the offence into account has been set aside.



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