Commit an indictable offence while on bail
Bail Act 1977 (Vic) s 30B
Sentencing outcomes in the Magistrates' Court, 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2021
In the Magistrates' Court, 38,034 charges of commit an indictable offence while on bail were sentenced in the three years to 30 June 2021. The most common sentence for a charge of this offence was imprisonment (52.3%, or 19881 of 38,034 charges).
On SACStat, a charge is a single count of a sentenced offence. Charge data is most useful in understanding how a specific crime is usually sentenced.
In 23,182 cases sentenced in the Magistrates' Court in the three years to 30 June 2021, commit an indictable offence while on bail was the principal proven offence (the most serious crime) in the case. In those 23,182 cases, 18,944 people were male and 4,238 people were female. The most common sentence was imprisonment (53.2%, or 12327 of 23,182 cases).
A case is a collection of one or more charges against a person or company sentenced at the one hearing. Case data is most useful in understanding the total sentence usually imposed on people found guilty of a particular crime.