This bill changes the formal finding of the court to provide victims with the acknowledgment that the offender was proven to have acted grievously, even if they lacked the intent to be guilty of the action.
Passed first reading 01 July 2020, now with the Justice Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 29 January 2021
|Bill type||Member's bill|
|Introduced||4 April 2019|
|First reading||1 July 2020|
|Select Committee||Justice Committee|
|Public submissions due||29 January 2021|
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