A violent offender order1 may be made in respect of a person who has been convicted2 of any of the following offences3:
(2) soliciting murder5;
(3) wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm6;
(4) malicious wounding7;
(5) attempting to commit murder or conspiracy to commit murder8; or
(6) a corresponding service offence9,
where the court considers that the prohibitions, restrictions and conditions contained in the order are necessary for the purpose of protecting the public
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