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Failing to stop sentences since 2010

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From: C Morton

Dear Ministry of Justice,

Can you please provide the information as to the sentences given to individuals charged with "failing to stop" under Section 114 of the Land Transport Act 1998 since 1st January 2010.
Please include any occasion where the defendant was convicted and discharged.
Please list by year and sentence and supply in an Excel format.

Please also provide the information as to the age of individuals charged with "failing to stop" under Section 114 of the Land Transport Act 1998 since 1st January 2010.
Please include any occasion where the defendant was convicted and discharged.
Please list by year and age and supply in an Excel format.

Yours faithfully,

C Morton

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From: C Morton

Dear Ministry of Justice,

Further to my last email, I would like to advise that for the information as to the age of individuals charged with "failing to stop", an age bracket of "16 and under" is permissible if the age of youths (defined as those 16 or younger) cannot be provided in more detail.

Yours faithfully,

C Morton

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Ministry of Justice

Kia ora

We acknowledge your request for Official Information relating to Failing to stop sentences.

Your request has been forwarded to the relevant business unit to respond.

You can expect a response by 23 July 2020.

Regards
Official Correspondence
Strategy, Governance and Finance
DDI: +64 4 918 8800
www.justice.govt.nz

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