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    Hey guys just wondering what cautions, convictions and reprimands are protected?

    I have a caution that I received 5 years ago at the age of 19.

    There was 3 parts to the caution
    1: Making false representation for ones gain
    2. Theft
    3. Making false representation for ones gain.

    The reason for the caution:

    My partner was having an affair which was the reason we split up. When we split I asked for my money back which we saved in their account through our 5 year relationship. He refused so I took the card which had my money on and went and brought myself some shampoo and hair products at the local shop ( 1st part of the caution) and then went and withdrew some of my money from the cash machine ( 2nd part). Because of this I was charged with theft on top.

    At the age of 19 I admitted to it because it was the truth and was charged with the caution on that day. I was released with no further altercation. I haven’t been into trouble with the law since.

    Please can someone let me know if my caution is protected and spent!

    Cheers guys
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    I would like to make note that this wasn’t related to any violence or any drug offence.
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