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Possible legal remedies for the online publication of spent convictions


Possible legal remedies for the online publication of spent...

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Debbie Sadler
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If you have a spent conviction and are suffering reputational harm or distress as a result of material about that conviction being published online ad/or which features in online searches against your name, legal remedies may be available.

We are currently working with Carter-Ruck, a law firm specialising in this area, who are willing to advise people with spent convictions on a "no win no fee" basis.

Further details can be found on our information hub.

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