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1. What does remand on bail mean?

  • When someone is awaiting trial and has to keep to certain conditions but can be at home.
  • When someone is awaiting trial and is allowed to pay to be 'free'
  • When someone is awaiting trial and is kept in prison.
  • When someone is arrested and let go for a day before more questioning
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2. What does Section 1 of the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992 state?

  • It is illegal to publish any matter which is likely to lead members of the public to identify the place where a sexual assault occurred.
  • It is illegal to publish any matter which is likely to lead members of the public to identify, during his/her lifetime, the person who is the victim/alleged victim of that offence.
  • It is illegal to publish any matter which is likely to lead members of the public to understand the exact details of a sexual offence.
  • It is illegal to publish any matter which is likely to lead members of the public to identify, during his/her lifetime, the person who is the defendant for any offence.

3. What does CCA 1981 strict liability rule say?

  • you must not publish anything which could cause substantial risk of serious prejudice or impediment to particular proceedings.
  • you must not publish anything that is not essential to the case
  • you must not publish anything which could cause substantial risk of a defendant being identified by the public.
  • you must not publish anything which could cause a judge to be angry

4. What is a preliminary hearing?

  • A hearing, before it is decided if someone will be charged.
  • A hearing, before a warrant can be issued.
  • A hearing, usually at a magistrates court before any trial.
  • A hearing, at a police station before any trial.

5. What law protects victims of sexual assault?

  • Section 41 of the Sexual Offences (amendment) Act 1962
  • Section 52 of the Sexual Offences (amendment) Act 1982
  • Section 1 of the Sexual Offences (amendment) Act 1992
  • Section 5 of the Sexual Offences (amendment) Act 1922

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