|CR No .............|
|Order for sentence of community work where default in payment of fine|
|Section 88(3)(c), Summary Proceedings Act 1957|
“To [full name] of [address], [occupation]
“On [date] you were convicted of [specify offence] by the District Court at [place] and were ordered to pay: Fine $[specify amount], Court costs $[specify amount], Other costs $[specify amount].
“You have made default in the payment of those sums.
“Because of this default a District Court Judge has sentenced you to community work for a period of [number] hours.
“In accordance with section 58(1) and (2) of the Sentencing Act 2002,—
“•if your sentence requires you to perform community work for 200 hours or less, the sentence must be served within 12 months of the date that it commences:
“•if your sentence requires you to perform community work for more than 200 hours, the sentence must be served within 24 months of the date that it commences.
“In accordance with section 60 of the Sentencing Act 2002, if you move to a new residential address, you must, within 72 hours, notify a probation officer of your new residential address.
“In accordance with section 64(3) of the Sentencing Act 2002, you must not be required to work for more than 10 hours in succession, nor more than 40 hours in a week.
“In accordance with section 67 of the Sentencing Act 2002, if a probation officer is satisfied that you have a good record of compliance with your sentence, the probation officer may remit up to 10% from the number of hours of community work imposed by the Court.
“Dated at the [specify] Court at [place] on [date]
“If you pay the sum of $ [here state the total amount remaining payable by the defendant] to the Registrar, you will cease to be subject to this sentence.”