No I don't have any other conviction. The caution was given last week because of shop lifting.
Circumstances: I could've either refused admitting and take the chance of going to the court, or admitting it and just receive a caution. I took the caution.
I am worried if the law has changed since December 12th 2012 for cases like me?
Thank you for the explanation.
And as for the second part, would a CRB check of big companies (i.e. big fours) require to know about my caution? Or in other words would they simply refuse my application based on having a caution?
Thank you Tom.
My questions have ended. Could you please confirm that I would only be charged 61 pounds only once. I am worried if your website has automatically subscribed me for the monthly membership, as I don't intend to use.
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