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Its not a conviction but it does sit on your record does need to be disclosed in many instances. It will have an impact on your capacity to get visas to some countries and to apply for some jobs.
It will show on enhanced CRB although not on standard.
A caution is not the offence itself but it does arise from the commission of a criminal offence just like a conviction does.
As what I said I want to get the answer proved from the existing criminal law.
which means, I will need to find the relevant criminal law terms.
There must be some relevant contents in the criminal law prove your answer.
That's what I want
I'm sorry I just don't understand your question.
A caution is not a conviction. Its as simple as that. But it will show on CRB and does have an impact on character.
I still didn't get what I want.
1. Is caution a criminal offence?
Please just answer yes or no.
2.To please provide me with the relevant contents in the UK criminal law to identify your answer.
If they are still not answered, I will have to request for the refund of the payment.
1 It is an OFFENCE. An offence involves the crime itself - like murder or theft etc.
2 I can't do that. It doesn't arise from statue. Its procedure.
This is an answer to your question.
I'm sorry. I don't think I can add anything to what I've said already.
I cannot just answer yes or no. It needs explanation.
I cannot give you a statue as this is legal method not statute. I'm going to opt out now and let others look at this.
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