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a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted


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43) See Crimes Act 1914 (Cth); Spent Convictions Act 2000 (ACT); Criminal Records Act 1991 (NSW); Criminal Records (Spent Convictions) Act 1992 (NT); Criminal Law (Rehabilitation of Offenders) Act 1986 (Qld); Annulled Convictions Act 2003 (Tas); Spent Convictions Act 1988 (WA).
14) On appeal, the First Circuit held that the district court did not have jurisdiction to consider a request to expunge criminal records based on equitable grounds.
We further request a full review of military records and databases to ensure criminal records in other cases have been reported correctly.
The question is whether there should be some provinces where human rights protection for people with criminal records is not available.
Arrests of those with criminal records rose just 18 percent, from 25,786 to 30,473.
Drug dependents with criminal records cannot be accommodated there due to security issues,' she said on Friday.
The current landscape of criminal records and background checks developed under little scrutiny.
Two MSPs have been interviewed by detectives after a police officer was accused of leaking confidential criminal records.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 20, 2013-Canadians with criminal records face tough time at US border(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Summary: Citizens without criminal records can avail certificates of good conduct needed for buying and licensing guns and other hunting weapons at the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX), said Abu Dhabi Police.
In April, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released new guidelines surrounding the use of criminal records for employment.
Drug dealers, fraudsters, thieves and thugs were among 303 would-be teachers or teaching assistants flagged up in the past year as having criminal records.
Since the inception of the Criminal Records Act in 1970, a Canada pardon could be granted to any Canadian who wished to have their criminal record removed.
As a matter of RCMP policy, criminal records are retained until the subject of the record is 80 years of age with no criminal activity reported in the last 10 years, except where the subject has been, for example, sentenced to life imprisonment, or has been designated a dangerous offender or has attained 100 years of age.