had a caution from the polce this year for common assault, just wondering how long it last before it taken off my record.
neveryou'll always be a criminalhappy christmas
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yep and now your DNA will be checked after every reported crime!!you are going down!!!
True.I was cautioned after breaking a window back in the early 90s . Had parked up after running out of gas, off road near the drive of this rather nice posh house. On returning the RX was on its side. Anger & frustration being vented by chucking gravel at the porch - assuming wrongly the occupants had some hand in knocking the bike over - breaking a side window. Subsequently picked up while attempting to refuel. Although I later returned and apologised personally, and paid for a replacement window, the caution was mentioned [on file] just two or so years ago when I last had occasion to stand before the desk sergeant. Its on there for life, I think.... and y'know points [for speeding] are effective for 3yrs and removeable after 4 or something, well, the magistrates will have a copy supplied to them from the DVLA showing all and any passed misdemeanors. So for all intents and purposes, your record stays with you for life.
Aye, I have stuff from the early 70s which is still dredged up.
You advise your youth clients to not accept a caution (or as it goes, Reprimand, Final Warning then caution) in lieu of a charge (which, due to them being eligible for a caution and therefore accepting guilt) will be conviction? I was under the impression a youth caution/Reprimand/FW is expunged on turning 18?
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I get old convictions coming up too - last one nearly 25 years ago now!
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