A court should generally take offences into consideration1 only if the following procedural provisions have been satisfied2:
(1) the police or prosecuting authorities have prepared a schedule of offences ('TIC schedule') that they consider suitable for taking into consideration3;
(2) a copy of the TIC schedule must be provided to the defendant and his representative before the sentencing hearing;
(3) at the sentencing hearing the court should ask the defendant in open court whether he admits each of the offences on the TIC schedule and whether he wishes to have them taken into consideration
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