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Obstructing a Visiting Tribunal

A prisoner who fails without reasonable excuse to attend before or produce material to a Visiting Tribunal, misbehaves before a Visiting Tribunal; or refuses to be sworn in or affirmed and answer relevant questions in the proceedings before a Visiting Tribunal is guilty of an offence and liable to a maximum penalty of a fine of $7500 or imprisonment for three months [see Correctional Services Act 1982 s 41(2)].

Obstructing a Visiting Tribunal  :  Last Revised: Fri Nov 23rd 2012
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