Connolly, Johnny (2012) Legal update 2011. Drugnet Ireland, Issue 41, Spring 2012 . p. 20.
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This update covers drug-related Acts and Bills of the Oireachtas introduced or progressed since the Government came to office on 9 March 2011.
Title and explanatory memorandum
The Spent Convictions Bill 2011 provides that in the case of convicted persons whose sentence is below a specific threshold, they may, under certain circumstances, withhold details of the conviction. This is intended to apply where a prison sentence not exceeding six months or a fine or penalty have been imposed, and then only after a certain number of years have elapsed without a further conviction. The purpose of the Bill is to help rehabilitate convicted persons through facilitating their reintegration into the workforce and allowing them to build new careers.
Referred to Select Committee 08/06/2011
|Issue Title:||Issue 41, Spring 2012|
|Page Range:||p. 20|
|Publisher:||Health Research Board|
|Volume:||Issue 41, Spring 2012|
|Accession Number:||HRB (Electronic Only)|
|Subjects:||M Social sciences, economics, law and crime > Law enforcement and the justice system|
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M Social sciences, economics, law and crime > Transportation safety laws (driving) > Drinking-and-driving laws
M Social sciences, economics, law and crime > AOD laws
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