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Hi folks,

I wonder if anyone can help me to this quick question about past court records.

My Lawyer as asked about a Copy of the court disposition (charge and outcome) from the UK.

​Forgive me for my ignorance but would this mean a CRB disclosure from the UK??

Is this the equivalent to the USA version?

Ive had a Police Record check with no trace back in the UK for immigration but she still wants the above.

Can anyone from the UK now in USA shed any light.

sorry slightly confused.


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Not from the UK myself, but ACRO offers a Subject Access Report which will disclose any hidden or expired charges. (I can't even think of the word right now that means it doesn't show on your record after a certain period of time.). There is also a Memorandum of Conviction you can ask for. However if your police certificate says "no trace", you have no record of anything in the UK. Thus a Subject Access Report would reveal nothing. If it said "no live trace" then there is a record of something.

Google Memorandum of Conviction UK and see what you come up with that might be useful.

That's about all I have to offer.


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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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Not from the UK myself, but ACRO offers a Subject Access Report which will disclose any hidden or expired charges. (I can't even think of the word right now that means it doesn't show on your record after a certain period of time.). There is also a Memorandum of Conviction you can ask for. However if your police certificate says "no trace", you have no record of anything in the UK. Thus a Subject Access Report would reveal nothing. If it said "no live trace" then there is a record of something.

Google Memorandum of Conviction UK and see what you come up with that might be useful.

That's about all I have to offer.

Thx Nick,

Yes my Police immigration certificate says no trace but my Enhanced CRB check does disclose my past conviction 20yrs ago of date charge outcome..

Im thinking this would be sort of same as a USA court disposition (charge and outcome) Papers I think.

EDIT

Much appreciated Nick,

Memorandum of Conviction is the name in google and is leading me to lots of info :dancing:

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