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Sentencing remarks and judgments
All sentencing remarks and judgments of the Courts of South Australia reproduced on this site are subject to copyright claimed by the Crown in right of the State of South Australia. This reproduction does not purport to be the official or authorised version. For reproduction or publication beyond that permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), written permission should be sought from the South Australian Attorney-General, through the Courts Administration Authority.
Last updated: 8 December 2020
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Sentencing remarks are edited to take account of suppression orders, statutory prohibitions on the identification of victims of sexual offences and on the identification of young offenders. Sentencing remarks may be edited if the general publication of them is likely to have an adverse impact on victims, witnesses and others connected with the proceedings. A Judge or Magistrate may decline to release sentencing remarks for publication if the Judge or Magistrate considers that it is not possible to edit the sentencing remarks appropriately while retaining meaning, or if the sentencing remarks cannot be satisfactorily edited on the basis indicated above.
Judgments are sometimes edited to take account of suppression orders, or if the general publication of them is likely to have an adverse impact on victims, witnesses and others connected with the proceedings. A Judge may decline to release a judgment for publication if the Judge believes it is not possible to edit the judgment appropriately while retaining meaning.