Possess and/or Use of a Laser Pointer
What is Possess and/or Use of a Laser Pointer?
This is an offence that involves possessing and/or using a laser pointer in a public place without a lawful or reasonable excuse.
Possess and/or Use of a Laser Pointer & The Law
Possess and/or Use of a Laser Pointer is a summary offence under the Summary Offences and Law Enforcement Legislation Amendment (Laser Pointers) Act 2008.
What the Prosecution need to Prove (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt):
The accused possessed or used a Laser Pointer; and
The accused possessed or used the Laser Pointer without a reasonable excuse
Going to Court – “What am I looking at?”
This is a summary offence which means that will be dealt with in the Local Court before a Magistrate. It carries a maximum penalty of $5,500 fine and/or a term of imprisonment of up to 2 years.
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