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After a guilty verdict, the Children’s Court determines the appropriate punishment for a young person. The court considers the severity of the offence and the individual’s circumstances, including any previous criminal history.

The court has various options for sentencing:

  1. Dismissal, with or without caution.
  2. Caution.
  3. Fine.
  4. Good behaviour bond.
  5. Probation order.
  6. Community services order.
  7. Control order, which could lead to detention if not suspended.

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