- Oct 15, 2004
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
For example, in Vic:Depends on how the law's actually written, ie, what does the LAW state? I don't for one second believe that 'someone on the periphery' will be subject to the legislation.
""74AAA Conditions for making a parole order for person imprisoned for murder
(1) The Board must not make a parole order under section 74 in respect of a prisoner serving a prison sentence for an offence of murder or conspiracy to commit murder unless the Board is satisfied that the prisoner has cooperated satisfactorily in the investigation of the offence to identify the location, or the last known location, of the remains of the victim of the offence. ..."
I just checked for WA and it's the same. http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/Parliament/commit.nsf/(Report+Lookup+by+Com+ID)/63690F3061695B89482581E6001D91AF/$file/ls.sab.171128.rpf.034 (1).pdf