Subpart 4—Sentence indications

60 Meaning of sentence indication

A sentence indication is a statement by the court that, if the defendant pleads guilty to the offence alleged in the charge, or any other specified offence, at that time, the court would or would not (as the case may be) be likely to impose on the defendant—

(a)

a sentence of a particular type or types; or

(b)

a sentence of a particular type or types within a specified range (for example, periods of time or monetary amounts); or

(c)

a sentence of a particular type or types and of a particular quantum (for example, periods of time or monetary amounts).