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Clause 92

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 117

Leave out Clause 92

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

117A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 93

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 118

Leave out Clause 93

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

118A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 94

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 119

Leave out Clause 94

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

119A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 95

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 120

Leave out Clause 95

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

120A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 96

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 121

Leave out Clause 96

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

121A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.


 

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Clause 97

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 122

Leave out Clause 97

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

122A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 98

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 123

Leave out Clause 98

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

123A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 99

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 124

Leave out Clause 99

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendment to the

 

words so restored to the Bill

124A

Page 64, line 40, leave out from “a” to end of line 41 and insert “reprehensible way”

Clause 100

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 125

Leave out Clause 100

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

125A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 101

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 126

Leave out Clause 101

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendment to the

 

words so restored to the Bill

126A

Page 65, line 47, at end insert—


 

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“(2)   

In proceedings for an offence committed or alleged to have been committed

 

by the defendant when aged 21 or over, evidence of his conviction for an

 

offence when under the age of 14 is admissible only if the court is satisfied

 

that the interests of justice so require.

 

(3)   

Subsection (2) applies in addition to section 93.”

Clause 102

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 127

Leave out Clause 102

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

127A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 103

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 128

Leave out Clause 103

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

128A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 104

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 129

Leave out Clause 104

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments to the

 

words so restored to the Bill

129A

Page 66, line 28, leave out “require a defendant” and insert “, and, where the party

 

in question is the prosecution, must, contain provision requiring a party”

129B

Page 66, line 29, leave out “co-defendant’s bad character under section 93(1)(f)”

 

and insert “defendant’s bad character”

129C

Page 66, line 33, leave out “co-defendant” and insert “defendant”

129D

Page 66, line 35, leave out “co-defendant” and insert “defendant”

129E

Page 66, line 39, leave out “defendant” and insert “party”

Clause 105

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 130

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The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments to the

 

words so restored to the Bill

130A

Page 67, line 26, leave out from “means” to end of line 29 and insert “the commis­

 

sion of an offence or other reprehensible behaviour”

130B

Page 67, line 42, after “Chapter” insert “(except section 93(3)”

130C

Page 67, line 45, at end insert—

 

“(a)   

under the rule in section 3 of the Criminal Procedure Act 1865 (c. 18)

 

against a party impeaching the credit of his own witness by general

 

evidence of bad character,”

130D

Page 67, line 47, after “(c. 23)” insert “(restriction on evidence or questions about

 

complainant’s sexual history)”

Clause 106

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 131

Leave out Clause 106

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

131A

Because they would result in a less satisfactory scheme for dealing with evidence of bad

 

character.

Clause 107

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 132

Leave out Clause 107

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendment to the

 

words so restored to the Bill

132A

Page 68, line 15, leave out from “that” to second “the” in line 16 and insert “it is in”

Clause 146

LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 138

Page 89, line 3, at end insert—

 

“(8)   

This section shall not come into effect before the national roll-out of the

 

“custody plus order” under sections 174 and 175.”

 

The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason

138A

Because it may be desirable to increase the sentencing powers of magistrates’ courts before

 

the provisions about sentences of less than 12 months can be brought into force.


 
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