About Consequences of a Youth Record
This wikibook from People's Law School contains public legal information on frequently asked questions about a youth record, access to and closure of a youth record, and consequences of a record of a Youth Record.
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The People's Law School works within budget to keep publications up-to-date. However, the reader or service provider is responsible for using and interpreting information in this publication. You should not rely on this publication for legal advice. It provides general information only.
People’s Law School acknowledges the contribution of the Public Legal Education and Information Services of New Brunswick to this resource.
The legal information in this booklet was reviewed by Amandeep Sanghera, a lawyer practicing in British Columbia, and the Department of Justice.
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|This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. Last reviewed for legal accuracy by People's Law School, 2014.|
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