Possess, Supply or Make Explosive Offences

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What is Possess, Supply or Make Explosive?

 

This is an offence that refers to a person possessing an explosive in a public place. It can also involve possessing, supplying or making the explosive for unlawful purposes.

Possess, Supply or Make Explosive & The Law

This is an offence under Section 93FA of the Crimes Act 1900.

 

What the Prosecution need to Prove (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt):

  • The accused possessed an explosive in a public place; or

  • The accused possessed, supplied or made an explosive.

 

Going to Court – “What am I looking at?”

 

If a person has been found guilty of possessing an explosive in a public place, they face a maximum penalty of up to 5 years imprisonment.

 

If a person has been found guilty of simply possessing, supplying or making an explosive, they can still face a maximum penalty of up to 3 years imprisonment.

 

Lawyer Call – here to help..

 

Contact our experienced team of Defence solicitors to obtain appropriate and honest legal advice regarding the prospects of defending this charge and the best course to proceed when going to Court.

 

Alternatively, if a plea of guilty is more appropriate in the circumstances, our Lawyer call Defence Criminal solicitors have in-depth preparation in gathering and analysing specific medical and supporting documentation to assist your case and make relevant sentencing submissions addressing the early plea of guilty, the circumstances of the offence, as well as any subjective factors that will present an overall picture to achieve the best possible outcome before a Magistrate or Judge and obtain a more lenient sentence.

 

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