A violent offender order1 may be made in respect of a person aged 18 or over who has been2 convicted of a specified offence3, found not guilty of a specified offence by reason of insanity4 or found to be under a disability and to have done the act charged in respect of a specified offence5. Where the person has been convicted, it is further required that either a custodial sentence6 of at least 12 months was imposed for the offence7 or that a hospital order8 (with or without a restriction order9) was made in respect of it10, and where
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