If a suspended sentence order1 is in force and:
(1) it is proved to the satisfaction of a court before which an offender2 appears or is brought3 that he has failed without reasonable excuse to comply with any of the community requirements4 of the order5; and
(2) an offender is convicted of an offence committed during the operational period6 of a suspended sentence (other than one which has already taken effect) and either he is so convicted by or before a court having power7 to deal with him in respect of the suspended sentence8 or he subsequently appears or
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