spent/unspent conviction

Czech translation: ne/zahlazené odsouzení

11:59 Feb 15, 2018
English to Czech translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / criminal law
English term or phrase: spent/unspent conviction
A spent conviction is a conviction which, under the terms of Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, can be effectively ignored after a specified amount of time. The amount of time for rehabilitation depends on the sentence imposed, not on the offence. The more serious the conviction, the longer the period of rehabilitation. For example, if you have received a prison sentence of more than four years, the conviction will never become spent, but cautions become spent immediately (apart from conditional cautions which will become spent after three months).
Martin Repecky MA DPSI RPSI
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:46
Czech translation:ne/zahlazené odsouzení
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Pavel Slama
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:46
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4 +2ne/zahlazené odsouzení
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ne/zahlazené odsouzení


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Pavel Slama
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Local time: 14:46
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Asker: no vidím, že české právo opět perlí :) myslím, že by bylo vhodnější použít třeba logičtější "promlčené", ale proč to "nezahladit" :)... každopádně díky


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agree  Jiri Lonsky
3 hrs
  -> Díky, Jiří.

agree  jankaisler: v ČR zahlazení na žádost, v A. automaticky po určité době (?)
20 hrs
  -> Díky. V Anglii fakt nikdy. (!) Po nějaké době se přestanou promítat do základního výpisu z rejstříku, ale z rozšířeného nezmizí nadosmrti. Divný systém.
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