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There will be court levies presently between $85.00 to $184.00.
The Local Court of NSW charges a Victims Support Levy and/or Court Costs Levy if you have been convicted of an offence, or an offence has been found proven against you yet no conviction has been recorded against you. Levies must be aid within 28 days of the date of attending court. If you are unable to pay within this time then please contact the court office.
Victims Support Levy provides counselling for victims of violent crime.
The following offences are exempt from VSL:
Offences relating to travelling on public transport without paying
Court Costs Levy contributes to the cot of running the court system.
Convictions resulting in imprisonment
Convictions before the Drug Court
Orders dismissed under Section 10(1)(A) of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 do not attract the levy.
There is no right of appeal against the levy which is administrative and not judicial. If you fail to pay it you may have to pay additional enforcement costs.
The expression “section10” refers to section 10(1)(A) of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999. This section allows a Court to find you guilty of an offence, and discharge you without recording a conviction. Because there is no conviction, there is no criminal record. If it is a driving charge there is also no loss of drivers license and no other penalty.
With mobile phones and computer technology comes new laws
Been taking videos of your young son or daughter or their friends naked? What does the law say about photographing a child without their consent?
Section 91FA-H of the Crimes Act 1900 (Child Abuse Material)
No child can be filmed as a victim of torture or cruelty, in a sexual pose or activity, nor can their private parts be filmed. Again such acts are entirely prohibited and consent is irrelevant. Such an offence attracts a maximum penalty of 14 years imprisonment.
So, to answer the question, the law says you cannot get consent and you cannot do it. An “indecent act” is any act that is morally reprehensible. It’s not ok to post naked photographs of your children on Facebook or send them on your computer. Also, please remember that the person who takes the photograph owns the photograph and you cannot use another person’s photograph or video without their permission no matter what the circumstances.