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Hi, I've recently been involved in a car crash and am likely to be convicted for driving without due care and attention. As a law student, what are my chances for being able to be a solicitor with that conviction?
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you will need to do a criminal records disclosure. and i would say that if you are convicted it will show up. the legal profession in highly competitive so i would say it will have a strong bearing on your chances of a training contract.
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Is there a chance you might get a police caution instead of it going to court and getting an actual criminal conviction? Depends circumstances on how likely that is - were other people/property/vehicles involved, had you been drinking/used drugs, were you admitted to hospital, etc? May be worth getting a local criminal law firm known to local police to sound them out for you
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Is there a chance you might get a police caution instead of it going to court and getting an actual criminal conviction? Depends circumstances on how likely that is - were other people/property/vehicles involved, had you been drinking/used drugs, were you admitted to hospital, etc? May be worth getting a local criminal law firm known to local police to sound them out for you
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https://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/st...ability-rules/
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