10. Multiple offences
Where an offender is to be fined for two or more offences that arose out of the same incident, it will often be appropriate to impose on the most serious offence a fine which reflects the totality of the offending where this can be achieved within the maximum penalty for that offence. ‘No separate penalty’ should be imposed for the other offences.
Where compensation is being ordered, that will need to be attributed to the relevant offence as will any necessary ancillary orders.