Saunders Law has successfully applied to have a caution removed.
In 2014, our client was issued a police caution for Fraud by False Representation contrary to the Fraud Act 2006 after buying non-peak train tickets and travelling on peak times.
Almost 9 years later, our client instructed us to make an application for caution removal. After reviewing the documentation received from both the police and ACRO, Saunders Law made an application for record deletion under the ground that it was no longer in the public interest to retain the police caution on her record.
Under the ground of public interest, we made the following arguments:
- After a troubled upbringing our client had spent many years trying to better herself,
- Her actions were a result of being in financial difficulty,
- During her police interview she made a full admission and was remorseful,
- Since the police caution, she had focused solely on building her career and financial status,
- Our client volunteered at schools to give talks to students about how to create a successful future despite having a difficult social and economic background,
- Our client dedicates much of her time to helping others.
Saunders Law made the application in March 2023 and received the successful outcome in July 2023. The solicitor with conduct was Amber Richardson, supervised by Ali Parker.