Crimes (Appeal and Review) Amendment Act 2009 No 4

An Act to amend the Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act 2001 to make further provision with respect to appeals and applications for annulments; and for other purposes.
1   Name of Act
This Act is the Crimes (Appeal and Review) Amendment Act 2009.
2   Commencement
(1)  This Act commences on the date of assent to this Act, except as provided by subsection (2).
(2)  Schedule 1 [15] to this Act commences on a day to be appointed by proclamation.
[1]–[14]   (Repealed)
[15]   Section 63 Stay of execution of sentence pending determination of appeal
Insert after section 63 (2):
(2A)  Subsection (2) does not operate to stay a suspension or disqualification of a driver licence that arose as the consequence of a conviction if, immediately before the proceedings giving rise to the conviction, a suspension was in force under Division 4 of Part 5.4 of the Road Transport (General) Act 2005 for the offence to which the conviction relates.
(2B)  However, an appeal court may order that a suspension or disqualification referred to in subsection (2A) be stayed if the court considers a stay to be appropriate in the circumstances.
[16]–[18]   (Repealed)
sch 1: Am 1987 No 15, sec 30C.
Schedule 2 (Repealed)
sch 2: Rep 1987 No 15, sec 30C.