As from a day to be appointed1, if the Director of Service Prosecutions thinks that, for the purposes of the investigation or prosecution of a relevant service offence2, it is appropriate to offer a person immunity from prosecution for a service offence3, the Director may give the person a written notice (an 'immunity notice') that he may not be tried for a service offence of a description specified in the notice except in circumstances specified in the notice4. If the Director thinks that, for the purposes
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