The term of a detention and training order1 made in respect of an offence (whether by a magistrates' court or otherwise) must2 be 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 18 or 24 months3. However, the term of a detention and training order may not exceed the maximum term of imprisonment that the Crown Court could (in the case of an offender aged 214 or over) impose for the offence5, and as from a day to be appointed the term may not exceed six months where the offence is a summary offence6 and the maximum term of imprisonment that a court
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