(1) a person (the 'offender') has been convicted by any court of a post-commencement1 drug trafficking offence2;
(2) the court has determined that it would be appropriate to impose a sentence of imprisonment for that offence3; and
(3) the term of imprisonment which the court considers appropriate is a term of four years or more4,
it is the duty of the court, on sentencing the offender:
(a) to consider whether it would be appropriate for the sentence for the offence to include the making of a travel restriction order5 in relation to the offender6;
(b) if the court determines
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