CRIMINAL CODE ACT 1995 - The Guardianship Tribunal Domestically Trafficking Persons to the Public Guardian
- Category: Public Guardian Corruption
- Created: Tuesday, 24 August 2010 04:13
- Written by Alecomm
Offence committed for the benefit of an organisation
(1) A person commits an offence if:
(a) the person commits an offence against any law (the underlying offence ); and
(b) the underlying offence is for the benefit of an organisation; and
(c) the organisation consists of 2 or more persons; and
(d) the organisation's aims or activities include facilitating the engagement in conduct, or engaging in conduct, constituting an offence against any law that is, or would if committed be, for the benefit of the organisation; and
(e) the offence against any law mentioned in paragraph (d) is an offence against any law punishable by imprisonment for at least 3 years; and
(f) the underlying offence is a constitutionally covered offence punishable by imprisonment for at least 12 months.
Penalty: Imprisonment for 7 years.