1 Penalty Unit = $130.55
Penalty Units in Queensland
When deciding a sentence, the magistrate or judge considers multiple factors. For crimes in Queensland, the Court may deem that a fine is the most appropriate sentence. In most cases, fines are based on a system of penalty units, where a penalty unit is a set amount of money. Fines will be imposed as a specific multiple of penalty units.
The exact amount is changed with time, in order to reflect the current economy of the time.
1 Penalty Unit is currently worth $130.55.
This information is current as at 11 December 2018.